The net of a cube: for Year 9, GCSE & IGCSE maths

The net of a cube for Year 9, GCSE and IGCE maths

The above simulation shows how a cube is formed from a net or vice a versa.

The net of a triangular-based prism is as follows:

Net of a prism

In the GCSE or IGCSE exams, students are often asked to draw a net of a regular solid object such as a prism, cube or even a tetrahedron for which the former are required to have some early exposure to the constructions. 



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