# Big Ideas Math Answers Grade 1 Chapter 13 Two – and Three – Dimensional Shapes

## Big Ideas Math Book 1st Grade Answer Key Chapter 13 Two – and Three – Dimensional Shapes

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Vocabulary

Lesson: 1 Sort Two-Dimensional Shapes

Lesson: 2 Describe Two-Dimensional Shapes

Lesson: 3 Combine Two-Dimensional Shapes

Lesson: 4 Create More Shapes

Lesson: 5 Take Apart Two-Dimensional Shapes

Lesson: 6 Sort Three-Dimensional Shapes

Lesson: 7 Describe Three-Dimensional Shapes

Lesson: 8 Combine Three-Dimensional Shapes

Lesson: 9 Take Apart Three-Dimensional Shapes

Chapter – 13: Two – and Three – Dimensional Shapes

### Two – and Three – Dimensional Shapes Vocabulary

Organize It

Review Words:
hexagon
square

Use the review words to complete the graphic organizer.

Explanation:
Above given figures are
Square : A Square is a flat shape with 4 equal sides and every angle is a right angle (90Â°).
Hexagon : A regular hexagon is a closed shape polygon which has six equal sides and six equal angles. In case of any regular polygon, all its sides and angles are equal.
Define It

Use your vocabulary cards to identify the words. Find each word in the word search.

Explanation:
Cone : A cone is a three- dimensional geometric shape that tapers smoothly from a flat base (frequently, though not necessarily, circular) to a point called the apex or vertex. In the above figure, the arrow is pointing towards the apex or vertex.
Cube: A line segment formed where two edges meet. A cube has 12 edges. Because all faces are squares and congruent to each other, all 12 edges are the same length. In the above figure, the arrow is pointing towards edge.
Triangle: In geometry, a triangle is a closed two- dimensional shape with three straight sides. A triangle is also a polygon. In the above figure the arrow is pointing towards side.

### Lesson 13.1 Sort Two-Dimensional Shapes

Explore and Grow

Sort the Shape Sort Cards. Explain how you sorted.

Explanation:
Sort the Shape Sort Cards means we need some shapes, we take print out shapes(in color) and then cut them out, or print shapes(black and white) on different colors of paper or card, cut them out, then mix them up. Or we might like to color them by our self.Â  Now we have our shapes, let’s sort them by color. In the above figure we are given with shapes and shapes in color now we sort shapes according to colors as shown above.

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Question 1.
Circle the closed shapes with 4 vertices.

Explanation:
In the above given figures we have closed shapes with 4 vertices, so I have circled them. 2 are rectangles, one without color, one with blue color, one is square with no color, One is rhombus with blue in colorÂ these are closed shapes with 4 vertices.

Question 2.
Circle the closed shapes with no straight sides.

Explanation:
In the above given figures we have closed shapes with no straight sides so I have circled them.
3 are circles, one without color, one with green color small in shape, One more circle in green color with little big in shape, these are closed shapes with no straight sides.

Apply and Grow: Practice

Question 3.
Circle the closed shapes with only 3 vertices.

Explanation:
In the above given figures we have closed shapes with 3 vertices, so I have circled them. 3 are triangles, one without color, one with green color and one shape is right angled triangle these are closed shapes with 3 vertices.

Question 4.
Circle the closed shapes with only L-shaped vertices.

Explanation:
In the above given figures we have closed shapes with only L-shaped vertices, so I have circled them. one rectangle without color, one square with purple color and one shape is right angled triangle with purple color these are closed shapes with only L-shaped vertices.

Question 5.
Circle the shapes with more than 4 straight sides.

Explanation:
In the above given figures we have shapes with more than 4 straight sides, so I have circled them. one rectangle without color, one trapezium with no color
and one square with orange color are shapes with more than 4 straight sides.

Question 6.
Circle the shapes with 6 straight sides.

Explanation:
In the above given figures we have shapes with 6 straight sides, so I have circled them. one little big hexagon without colorÂ  and one small hexagon with blue color are shapes with 6 straight sides.

Question 7.
DIG DEEPER!
Draw 2 different two-dimensional shapes that have only 4 straight sides.

Explanation:
I have drawn 2 different two-dimensional shapes that have only 4 straight sides are square shape with no color and rectangle shape in green color both are two-dimensional shapes with only 4 straight sides.

Think and Grow: Modeling Real Life

Use the clues to color the picture.
Only 3 straight sides: blue
Only 4 straight sides: green
No straight sides: yellow
More than 4 vertices: red

Explanation:
I have used the given clues to color the picture.
Only 3 straight sides triangles with blue,
Only 4 straight sides square and rhombus with green,
No straight sides circles with yellow,
More than 4 vertices hexagon with red.

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Question 8.
Use the clues to color the picture.
Only 3 vertices: green
All L-shaped vertices: orange
Only 4 straight sides and
no L-shaped vertices: blue
6 straight sides: yellow

Explanation:
I have used the given clues to color the picture.
Only 3 vertices triangles with green,
All L-shaped vertices rectangle with orange,
Only 4 straight sides rhombus and
no L-shaped vertices with blue,
6 straight sides hexagon with yellow.

### Sort Two-Dimensional Shapes Practice 13.1

Question 1.
Circle the closed shapes with no straight sides.

Explanation:
In the above given figures we have shapes with no straight sides, so I have circled them. one small circle with blue color, one little big circle with no color and one curve are shapes with no straight sides.

Question 2.
Circle the closed shapes with 4 sides of the same length.

Explanation:
In the above given figures we have shapes with 4 sides of the same length, so I have circled them. one small rhombus with no color, one little big rhombus with green color and one square with no color are shapes with 4 sides of the same length.

Question 3.
Circle the shapes with no vertices.

Explanation:
In the above given figures we have shapes with no vertices, so I have circled them. one small circle with no color, one little big circle with red color and one big circle with red color are shapes with vertices.

Question 4.
Circle the shapes with more than 4 vertices.

Explanation:
In the above given figures we have shapes with more than 4 vertices, so I have circled them.
One is Pentagon with no color, one hexagon with orange color are shapes with more than 4 vertices.

Question 5.
DIG DEEPER!
Draw 2 different two-dimensional shapes with
2 long straight sides and 2 short straight sides.

Explanation:
In the above figures we have drawn 2 different two-dimensional shapes one triangleÂ  shape with 2 long straight sides and one rectangle shapeÂ  with 2 short straight sides.

Question 6.
Modeling Real Life
Use the clues to color the picture.
Only 3 vertices: yellow
Only 4 sides: black
Only 1 straight side: orange
No straight sides: blue

Explanation:
Using the clues to colored the picture,
Only 3 vertices triangle with yellow,
Only 4 sides square with black,
Only 1 straight side semi circles with orange,
and no straight sides circles with blue.

Review & Refresh

Question 7.
Circle the longer object.

Explanation:
In the given images tennis bat is longer than the color brush so circled it with circle.

### Lesson 13.2 Describe Two-Dimensional Shapes

Explore and Grow

Which shape has three sides?

Which shapes have 4 sides and 4 L-shaped vertices?

Which shapes have 4 sides and no L-shaped vertices?

Use your materials to build each shape you circled.

Explanation:
Triangle shape has three sides,
Rectangle and Square shapes have 4 sides as 1,2,3,4 and
4 L-shaped vertices as a, b, c, d.
1 Trapezium, 2 rhombus are shapes have 4 sides as 1,2,3,4 and
no L-shaped vertices pointed them.

Show and Grow

Question 1.

Explanation:
Given Hexagon shape which has 6 straight sides as 1,2,3,4,5,6 and 6 vertices as a, b, c, d ,e, f.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Given Hexagon shape which has 6 straight sides as 1,2,3,4,5,6 and 6 vertices as a, b, c, d ,e, f.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Given right angled triangle has 3 straight sides as
1,2,3 and 3 vertices as a, b, c.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Given rhombus has 4 straight sides as 1,2,3,4 and
4 vertices as a, b, c, d.

Apply and Grow: Practice

Question 5.

Explanation:
Given rhombus has 4 straight sides as 1,2,3,4 and
4 vertices as a, b, c, d.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Given right angled triangle has 3 straight sides 1,2,3 and 3 vertices as a, b, c.

Question 7.

Question 8.

Explanation:
Given Hexagon shape which has 6 straight sides as 1,2,3,4,5,6 and 6 vertices as a, b, c, d ,e, f.

Circle the attributes of the shape.

Question 9.

Explanation:
Triangle has 3 straight sides and 3 vertices so circled the attributes of the shape.

Question 10.

Explanation:
Square has 4 straight sides of the same length , 4 vertices and its closed shape so circled the attributes of the shape.

Question 11.
MP Precision
Match each shape with an attribute that describes it.
CircleÂ  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â RectangleÂ  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â Hexagon
6 straight sidesÂ  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â 0 verticesÂ  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  only 4 vertices

Explanation:
We know Circle has 0 vertices,
Rectangle has only 4 vertices and
Hexagon has 6 straight sides so matched
according to their attributes that describe shape about them.

Think and Grow: Modeling Real Life

A board game has â€˜4 sides and 4 L-shaped vertices.
Name and draw two shapes for the board game.

Circle: SquareÂ  Â  Â  Â  HexagonÂ  Â  Â  Â  TrapezoidÂ  Â  Â  Rectangle
Draw shapes:

Explanation :
Circled Square and Rectangle.
Given aÂ board game has â€˜4 sides and 4 L-shaped vertices.
we can draw two shapes for the board game as
Square and Rectangle
with Square shape of 4 sides as 1,2,3,4 and
4 L-shaped vertices as a, b, c, d
and Rectangle shape of 4 sides as 1,2,3,4 and
4 L-shaped vertices as a, b, c, d.

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Question 12.
A board game has 4 sides and no L-shaped vertices.
Name and draw two shapes for the board game.
Circle: TriangleÂ  Â  Â  TrapezoidÂ  Â  Â  Â RhombusÂ  Â  Â  Square
Draw shapes:

Explanation:
Given aÂ board game has 4 sides and no L-shaped vertices.
we can draw two shapes for the board game as
Trapezoid and Rhombus with as Trapezoid shape has 4 sides
as 1,2,3,4 and no L-shaped vertices
and Rhombus shape of 4 sides as 1,2,3,4 and
no L-shaped vertices.

### Describe Two-Dimensional Shapes Practice 13.2

Question 1.

Explanation:
Given Hexagon shape which has 6 straight sides as 1,2,3,4,5,6 and 6 vertices as a, b, c, d ,e, f.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Given rhombus has 4 straight sides as 1,2,3,4 and 4 vertices as a, b, c, d.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Given circle has no straight sides and no vertices.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Given triangle has 3 straight sides and 3 vertices.

Circle the attributes of the shape.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Trapezoid has 4 straight sides and its closed shape so circled the attributes of the Trapezoid shape.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Rectangle has 4 straight sides
and 4 vertices circled the attributes of theÂ  Rectangle shape.

Question 7.
MP Precision
Match each shape with an attribute that describes it.
TriangleÂ  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â TrapezoidÂ  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â Circle
only 3 straight sidesÂ  Â  Â  Â  Â  0 straight sidesÂ  Â  Â  Â 4 vertices

Explanation:
We know Triangle has only 3 straight sides,
Trapezoid has 4 vertices and
Circle has 0 straight sides,Â so matched
according to their attributes that describe shape about them.

Question 8.
Modeling Real Life
A photograph has 4 straight sides of the same length and 4 vertices. Draw and name two possible shapes for the photograph.

_Square___ , __Rhombus__

Explanation:
Given a photograph has 4 straight sides of the same length and 4 vertices.
So two possible shapes for the photograph are one is Square and one
is Rhombus both has 4 straight sides of the same length and 4 vertices.
So drawn as shown in the figure above.

Review & Refresh

Question 9.
MP Reasoning
Which sentences are correct?

There are 5 ponies.
There are 7 deer.
There are more goats than ponies.
The numbers of deer and goats are the same.
SentencesÂ  2. There are 7 deer and
3. There are more goats than ponies are correct.

Explanation:
Given 4 sentences as
There are 5 ponies.
There are 7 deer.
There are more goats than ponies.
The numbers of deer and goats are the same.
1.There are 5 ponies. which is incorrect as there are only 4 ponies,
2. There are 7 deer yes correct as there are 7 deer,
3. There are more goats than ponies correct because 8 goats are there
and 4 ponies so goats are more,
4. The numbers of deer and goats are the same is incorrect
as number of deer are 7 and goats are 8 both are not the same,
Therefore SentencesÂ  2. There are 7 deer and
3. There are more goats than ponies are correct.

### Lesson 13.3 Combine Two-Dimensional Shapes

Explore and Grow

Use 2 triangles to make a new two-dimensional shape. Draw your shape.

Explanation:
Using 2 triangles to make a new two-dimensional shape
We got Rhombus shape.

Use 3 triangles to make a new two-dimensional shape. Draw your shape.

Explanation:
Using 3 triangles to make a new two-dimensional shape
We got Trapezoid shape.

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Question 1.

Explanation:
2 Trapezoids make a Hexagon.

Question 2.

Explanation:
3 Rhombus make a Hexagon.

Question 3.

Explanation:
2 Semi Circles make a one Circle.

Question 4.

Explanation:
2 Right Angled Triangles make a Rectangle.

Apply and Grow: Practice

Question 5.

Explanation:
3 Triangles make a Trapezoid.

Question 6.

Explanation:
2 Squares make a Rectangle.

Question 7.
Draw the shape you can use 2 times to make a .

Explanation:
We take 2 times trapezoid to make a hexagon as
shown in the figure above.

Question 8.
Draw the shape you can use 3 times to make a .

Explanation:
We take 3 times rhombus to make a hexagon as
shown in the figure above.

Question 9.
MP Choose Tools
Which shape can you use 2 times to make a ?

Explanation:
Triangle shape can be used 2 times to make a Rhombus
as shown in the figure.

Question 10.
DIG DEEPER!
Draw to show 2 different ways you can use pattern blocks to make the shape.

Explanation:
We can use 2 different ways pattern blocks to make the shape
one is of triangle and another is square.

Think and Grow: Modeling Real Life

Use the number of pattern blocks to fill the shape on the sign. How many of each block do you use? Draw to show your work.

Explanation:
First time we use 3Â  blocks of trapezoid pattern blocks to fill the shape on the sign, second time we use 4 blocks in that 3 blocks of triangles and 1 block of hexagon to fill the shape on the sign.

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Question 11.
Use 3 pattern blocks to fill the shape on the sign. How many of each block do you use? Draw to show your work.

Explanation:
We use 3 pattern blocks to fill the shape on the sign.
Each block of triangle, one trapezoid and one rhombus to fill the shape on the sign.

### Combine Two-Dimensional Shapes Practice 13.3

Question 1.

Explanation:
2 triangles make a rhombus as shown in the figure.

Question 2.

Explanation:
As shown above in the figure 2 rhombus fill the shape of
the given sign.

Question 3.

Explanation:
6 triangles make a hexagon as shown in the figure.

Question 4.

Explanation:
2 quadrant makes a half semi circle as shown
in the figure above.

MP Choose Tools
Which 2 pattern blocks can you use to make the shape?
Question 5.

Explanation:
We use one rhombus and one triangle blocks to make
the trapezoid shape as shown in the figure.

Question 6.

Explanation:
We use one rhombus and one triangle blocks to make
the triangle shape as shown in the figure.

Question 7.
Modeling Real Life
Use 5 pattern blocks to fill the shape on the sign. How many of each block do you use? Draw to show your work.

Explanation:
We have used 5 pattern blocks to fill the shape on the sign and 4 blocks of triangles,1 block of square, 2 trapezoids, 1 rhombus and 1 hexagon to complete the Newton’s house.

Review & Refresh

Write the name

Question 8.

______6____: ____00______ :__00________
6:00:00

Explanation:
The clock is showing 6 Hours, Zero Minutes and Zero Seconds.

Question 9.

___8_______: ___30_______: ___00_______
8:30:00

Explanation:
The clock is showing 8 Hours, Thirty Minutes and Zero Seconds.

### Lesson 13.4 Create More Shapes

Explore and Grow

Use two or more shapes to make the center of the flower. Use more shapes to fill in the rest of the flower.

Explanation:
Used trapezoid, rhombus and triangle shapes to make the center of the flower
and used more shapes to fill in the rest of the flower.

Show and Grow

Question 1.
Use to make a . Draw to show your work.

Explanation:
4 quadrants makes a circle as shown in the figure,
Step 1: Take one quadrant place it,
Step 2 : Take one more quadrant and place it makes semi circle,
Step 3 : Place one more quadrant as shown,
Step 4 : Now placing one more quadrant
and joining all together makes a full circle as shown.

Apply and Grow: Practice

Question 2.
Use to make a . Draw to show your work.

Explanation:
4 right angled triangles makes rectangle as shown in the figure,
Step 1: Take one right angled triangle place it,
Step 2 : Take one more right angled triangle and place it
as shown it becomes square
Step 3 : Place one right angled triangle as shown,
Step 4 : Now place one more right angled triangle as shown
now joining all together makes a rectangle full as shown.

Question 3.
Use and to make a . Draw to show your work.

Explanation:
4 triangles makes rhombus as shown in the figure,
Step 1: Take one triangle place it,
Step 2 : Take one more triangle and place it
as shown it becomes rhombus
Step 3 : Place one triangle as shown, it becomes trapezoid
Step 4 : Now place one more triangle as shown
now joining all together makes a rhombus full as shown.

Question 4.
Draw the shape you can use 3 times to make a .

Explanation:
We take 3 quadrants to make a shape as shown in the figure,
Step 1: Take one quadrant place it,
Step 2 : Take one more quadrant and place it makes semi circle,
Step 3 : Place one more quadrant as shown,
and joining all together makes a shape as required.

Question 5.
Draw the shape you can use 4 times to make a .

Explanation:
We can use triangle 4 times to make a Triangle as
shown in four steps above.
Step 1: Take one triangle place it,
Step 2 : Take one more triangle and place it beside
the first one we get rhombus,
Step 3 : Place one more triangle beside rhombus as shown,
we get trapezoid,
Step 4: Now we place one more triangle on top of
trapezoid after joining all together makes a triangle shape.

Question 6.
DIG DEEPER!
Draw to show two different ways you con join the shapes on the left to make the larger shape.

Explanation:
First Way
Step 1: We take rectangle as shown
Step 2: We take one right angled triangle and join
Step 3: We take one more right angled triangle and place
with another right angled triangle as shown above we get the larger shape.
Second Way:
Step 1: Here we first place right angled triangle,
Step 2 : Take another right angled triangle and place as shown
beside the previous right angled triangle,
Step 3 : Now we join with a rectangle as shown ,
we get the larger shape.

Think and Grow: Modeling Real Life

Use pattern blocks to complete the puzzle. How many of each block do you use? Draw to show your work.

Explanation:
As shown above used 2 triangles, 1 square,
1 trapezoid, 3 rhombus and 1 more rhombus pattern
to complete the puzzle.

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Question 7.
Use pattern blocks to complete the puzzle. How many of each block do you use? Draw to show your work.

Explanation:
As shown above used 5 triangles, 1 square,
2 rhombus, 2 trapezoid and 1 more rhombus pattern
blocks to complete the puzzle.

### Create More Shapes Practice 13.4

Question 1.
Use to make a larger . Draw to show your work.

Explanation:
We can use square 4 times to make a Square as
shown in four steps above.
Step 1: Take oneÂ  square place it,
Step 2 : Take one more square and place it below
the first one we get rectangle,
Step 3 : Place one more square beside as shown,
Step 4: Now we place one more square as shown
after joining all together makes a square shape.

Question 2.
Use to make a . Draw to show your work.

Explanation:
We can use right angled triangles 4 times to make a Rhombus as
shown in four steps above.
Step 1: Take one right angled triangle place it,
Step 2 : Take one more right angledÂ  triangle and place it beside
the first one as shown
Step 3 : Place one more right angled triangle as shown,
Step 4: Now we place one more right angled triangle
after joining all together makes a rhombus shape.

Question 3.
DIG DEEPER!
Draw to show two ways you can combine the 3 shapes on the left to make the larger shape.

Explanation:
First Way
Step 1: We take square as shown,
Step 2: We take one rectangle and join with square,
Step 3: We take one more square and place
as shown above we get the larger shape.
Second Way:
Step 1: Here we first place rectangle,
Step 2 : Take square and place as shown,
Step 3 : Now we take one more square and join
as shown in figure, we get the larger shape.

Question 4.
Modeling Real Life
Use pattern blocks to complete the puzzle. How many of each block do you use? Draw to show your work.

Explanation:
As shown above used 1 triangle, 2 squares,
3 rhombus, 2 trapezoid and 1 more rhombus pattern
blocks to complete the puzzle.

Review & Refresh

Question 5.

17 is less than 19.

Explanation:
As 17 is less than < 19,Â  we select less than.

Question 6.

12 is greater than 11.

Explanation:
As 12 is greater than > 11, we select greater than

### Lesson 13.5 Take Apart Two-Dimensional Shapes

Explore and Grow

Draw lines to take apart each figure.

Explanation:
1. We draw lines to show two rectangles as
shown in the above figure,
2.Â  We draw lines to show four squares as
shown in the above figure,
3. We draw lines to show two triangles and one
rectangle as shown in the above figure,
4. We draw lines to show two triangles and two
square as shown in the above figure.

Show and Grow

Draw one line to show the parts.

Question 1.
2 triangles

Explanation:
Drawn one line in between rectangle,
as shown we get 2 triangles.

Question 2.
2 triangles

Explanation:
Drawn one line in between rectangle,
as shown we get 2 triangles.

Question 3.
2 trapezoids

Explanation:
Drawn one line in between trapezoid,
as shown we get 2 trapezoids.

Question 4.
1 triangle and 1 trapezoid

Explanation:
Drawn one line in between triangle
as shown we get 1 triangle andÂ  1 trapezoid.

Apply and Grow: Practice

Draw one line to show the parts.

Question 5.
2 triangles

Explanation:
Drawn one line in between triangle
as shown we get 2 triangles.

Question 6.
2 squares

Explanation:
Drawn one line in between rectangle
as shown we get 2 squares.

Draw two lines to show the parts.

Question 7.
2 triangles and 1 trapezoid

Explanation:
Drawn two lines in between rectangle
as shown we get 2 triangles and 1 trapezoid.

Question 8.
2 triangles and 1 rectangle

Explanation:
Drawn two lines in between hexagon
as shown we get 2 triangles and 1 rectangle.

Question 9.
MP Reasoning
Show how to use the shapes to make the hexagon.

Explanation:
In first hexagon shape we made 1 trapezoid and
3 triangles are made as shown in the figure.
In second hexagon shape we made 2 rhombus and
2 triangles as shown in the figure.

Question 10.
MP Reasoning
Show how to use the shapes to make a circle. How many of each shape do you use?

Explanation:
In the first circle we need 4 quadrants to make a circle,
In second circle we need 2 semi circles to make a circle.

Think and Grow: Modeling Real Life

How many squares can you find on the Four Square court?

_____5_______ squares
We have 5 squares in a Four Square Court.

Explanation:
We are given with a Four Square Court,
in that we have 4 squares and the outer boundary has
one square making in total 5 squares..

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Question 11.
How many squares can you find on the magic square?

_____14_______ squares
We have 14 squares on the magic square

Explanation:
We are given the magic square on that we have first 9 squares plus
one in the outer boundary, 4 squares of 4 blocks from the 9 squares.

### Take Apart Two-Dimensional Shapes Practice 13.5

Draw one line to show the parts.

Question 1.
2 trapezoids

Explanation:
Drawn one line in between Hexagon,
as shown we get 2 trapezoids.

Question 2.
1 rectangle and 1 square

Explanation:
Drawn one line in between Rectangle,
as shown we get 1 rectangle and 1 square .

Draw two lines to show the parts.

Question 3.
3 triangles

Explanation:
Drawn two lines in between Trapezoid
as shown we get 3 triangles.

Question 4.
1 rectangle and 2 triangles

Explanation:
Drawn two lines in between Square
as shown we get 1 rectangle and 2 triangles.

Question 5.
MP Reasoning
Show how to use the shapes to make the .

Explanation:
In first rhombus shape we made 1 rhombus and
2 triangles are made as shown in the figure.
In second rhombus shape we made 1 trapezoid and
1 triangle as shown in the figure.

Question 6.
MP Reasoning
Show how to use the shapes to make the hexagon. How many of each shape do you use?

Explanation:
In first we use 3 rhombus to make a hexagon
as shown in the figure.
In second we use 6 triangles to make a hexagon
as shown in the figure.

Question 7.
Modeling Real Life
How many triangles are in Descartesâ€™s design?

Explanation:
In Descartesâ€™s design we have total 5 triangles,
4 inside the triangle and one outer boundary,
Making a total of 5 triangles in Descartes’s design.

Review & Refresh

Question 8.
Circle the three-dimensional shapes. Draw rectangles around the two-dimensional shapes.

Explanation:
Circled the three -dimensional shapes cube, books and sphere. Drawn rectangle around the dollar because it is a two-dimensional shape.

### Lesson 13.6 Sort Three-Dimensional Shapes

Explore and Grow

Sort the Three-Dimensional Shape Cards. Explain how you sorted.

Explanation:
Sort the Shape Cards means we need some shapes,
we take print out shapes(in color) and then cut them out,
or print shapes(black and white) on different colors of paper or card,
cut them out, then mix them up. Or we might like to color them
by our self.Â  Now we have our three dimensional shapes, let’s sort them by
shape and name. In the above figure we are given with shape name,
now we sort shapes according to their names as shown above.

Show and Grow

Question 1.
Circle the shapes with flat surfaces that are circles.

Explanation:

Circled the shapes 2 cones, 3 cylinders as they have
flat surfaces that are circles.

Question 2.
Circle the shapes with both flat and curved surfaces.

Explanation:
Circled the shapes with both flat and curved surfaces
as 2 cones, 2 cubes , 1 cuboid and 2 cylinders.

Apply and Grow: Practice

Question 3.
Circle the shapes with 1 or more flat surfaces.

Explanation:
Circled the shapes with 1 or more flat surfaces,
as 2 cubes, 1 cone, 1 cuboid and 2 cylinders.

Question 4.
Circle the shapes with a curved surface.

Explanation:
We know Cylinder, Cone, Sphere have curved
face so circled 2 cones, 2 spheres and one cylinder
shapes as they have curved surface.

Question 5.
Circle the shapes with only 2 flat surfaces.

Explanation:
Circled the shapes with only 2 flat surfaces are
2 cylinders as shown in picture above.

Question 6.
MP Structure
Match each shape to its group.

Explanation:
Matched each shape according to its group as
Cube and Cuboid has only flat surfaces, Cone &
Cylinder have flat and curved surfaces and Sphere
have only a curved surface.

Think and Grow: Modeling Real Life

You need to find an object that has no flat surfaces for a scavenger hunt. Circle the objects you can use.

Explanation:
Objects that has no flat surfaces for a scavenger hunt are
Big Ball, Cool Drink Tin and Cricket Ball circled them as
shown in the figure above.

Show and Grow

Question 7.
You need to find an object that has only two flat surfaces for a scavenger hunt. Circle the objects you can use.

Explanation:
Object that has only two flat surfaces for a scavenger hunt are
1 Musical Drum, 1 Log and Colored Cylinder so circled them as
shown in the figure above.

### Sort Three-Dimensional Shapes Practice 13.6

Question 1.
Circle the shapes with no flat surface.

Explanation:
Circled the shapes with no flat surface
as 3 spheres as shown in the figure.

Question 2.
Circle the shapes with ï¬‚at surfaces that are rectangles.

Explanation:
Circled the shapes with ï¬‚at surfaces that are rectangles
as 3 cuboids as shown in the figure above.

Question 3.
Circle the shapes with more than 2 ï¬‚at surfaces

Explanation:
Circled the shapes with more than 2 ï¬‚at surfaces as
2 cuboids, 1 cube and one cylinder as shown in the figure above.

Question 4.
MP Structure
Match each shape to its group.

Explanation:
Matched each shape according to its group as
Sphere have no flat surface, Cuboid, Cylinder and
Cube have more than 1 flat surface, Cone have only 1
flat surface.

Question 5.
Modeling Real Life
You need to find an object that has both flat and curved surfaces for a scavenger hunt. Circle the objects you can use.

Explanation:
Objects that has both flat and curved surfaces for a scavenger hunt
are one cuboid shaped, one cone shaped, one clay, one glass jar,
one glue stick, one tin so circled them as shown in the figure above.

Review & Refresh

Question 6.
30 + 30 = ___60__
30 + 30 = 60

Explanation:
Given expression as 30 + 30 we add we get
result as 60.

Question 7.
60 + 20 = ____80__
60 + 20 = 80

Explanation:
Given expression as 60 + 20 we add we get
result as 80.

Question 8.
50 + 10 = ___60____
50 + 10 = 60

Explanation:
Given expression as 50 + 10 we add we get
result as 60.

Question 9.
30 + 40 = ____70___
30 + 40 = 70

Explanation:
Given expression as 30 + 40 we add we get
result as 70.

### Lesson 13.7 Describe Three-Dimensional Shapes

Explore and Grow

Use your materials to build one of the three dimensional shapes shown. Circle the shape you make. How many flat surfaces does your shape have? How many vertices does your shape have?

____6_____ flat surfaces

_____8_____ vertices

Explanation:
We have build three dimensional shape of a Cube as shown above,
A cube has 6 flat surfaces as (HEAD, GFBC, ABFE, DCGH, HEFG, ABCD),
A cube has 8 vertices as 8 (A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H).

Show and Grow

Question 1.

__6_______ flat surfaces ____8_____ vertices ____12_____ edges

Explanation:
A cuboid is a three dimensional shape has 6 flat surfaces,
8 vertices and 12 edges as shown above.

Apply and Grow: Practice

Question 2.

__2______ flat surfaces _____0____ vertices ____0_____ edges

Explanation:
A cylinder is a three dimensional shape has 2 flat surfaces,
0 vertices and 0 edges as shown above.

Question 3.

___6______ flat surfaces ____8_____ vertices ______12___ edges

Explanation:
A cuboid three dimensional shapeÂ  has 6 flat surfaces,
8 vertices and 12 edges as shown above.

Circle the attributes of the shape.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Cone is a three dimensional shape,
A cone has 1 flat surfaces, 1 vertices so circled attributes as
1 flat surface.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Cube is a three dimensional shape,
A cube has 6 flat surfaces , 8 vertices and 12 edges so
circled the attributes as 6 flat surfaces and 12 edges.

Question 6.
I am a three-dimensional shape that has no ï¬‚at surfaces, no vertices, and no edges. What am I?
_Sphere.___

Explanation:
A three-dimensional shape that has no ï¬‚at surfaces,
no vertices, and no edges is a Sphere.

Question 7.
I am a three-dimensional shape that has I flat surface, I vertex, and no edges. What am I?
______Cone__.

Explanation:
A three-dimensional shape that has 1 flat surface,
1 vertex and no edges is Cone.

Question 8.
DIG DEEPER!
Newton buys an item that has 2 more flat surfaces than edges. Which item does he buy?

Newton buys Dog Food which has 2 more
flat surfaces than edges.

Explanation:
As in given images we have Dog Food which is in cylinder
shape and has 2 more flat surfaces than edges So Newton

Think and Grow: Modeling Real Life

Circle the object below the table that has 0 flat surfaces. Draw a line through the object above the basketball that has 12 edges.

Explanation:
Circled the object basket ball below the table that has 0 flat surfaces
and I have drawn a line through the tissue paper box
above the basketball that has 12 edges which is in cuboid shape.

Show and Grow

Question 9.
Circle the object in front of the campers that has more than 2 flat surfaces. Draw a line through the object behind the logs that has I vertex and I flat surface.

Explanation:
Circled the objects in front of the campers that has more than 2 flat surfaces are First Aid Box, Dust Bin Box and Logs , drawn a line through the object
Foot Ball behind the logs that has I vertex and I flat surface are tent, 1 light display in cone shape as shown in the image above.

### Describe Three-Dimensional Shapes Practice 13.7

Question 1.

____0_____ flat surfaces ____0_____ vertices ____0___ edges

0 flat surfaces, 0 vertices and 0 edges.

Explanation:
A sphere has 0 flat surfaces, 0 vertices and 0 edges.

Question 2.

__6___ flat surfaces ____8___ vertices ___12__ edges

Explanation:
Cube is a three dimensional shape,
A cube has 6 flat surfaces , 8 vertices and 12 edges.

Question 3.
Circle the shape that has the same number of vertices as edges.

Cylinder

Explanation:
Cylinder has the same number of vertices as edges that
is zero. So we circled the shape cylinder.

Question 4.
Circle the shape that has the same number of faces as vertices.

Cone

Explanation:
Cone has the same number of faces as vertices as it has
1 flat surface and 1 vertices so we circled the shape cone.

Circle the attributes of the shape.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Cylinder has 2 flat surfaces so circled the attributes of it.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Given Rectangular Prism it is a three – dimensional shape,
with 12 edges so circled the attributes of them as shown above.

Question 7.
DIG DEEPER!
Descartes buys an item that has 2 fewer flat surfaces than vertices.

Descartes buy CAT TREATS that has 2 fewer flat surfaces than vertices.

Explanation:
As CAT TREATS is in shape of cuboid shape,
as we know a cuboid has 6 flat surfaces and 8 vertices,
So Descartes buy CAT TREATS which has 2 fewer
flat surfaces than vertices.

Question 8.
Modeling Real Life
Circle the object next to the hat that has 6 square flat surfaces. Draw a line through the object in front of the hat that has 0 edges and 1 vertex.

Explanation:
Circled the objects next to the hat that has 6 square flat surfaces
are cube object and cuboid object which have 6 flat surfaces,
The objects in front of the hat is paint bucket so drawn a line to
objects that has 0 edges and 1 vertex are traffic cones, one small cone
as shown in the picture above.

Review & Refresh

Question 9.
20 + 18 = ______38_____
20 + 18 = 38

Explanation:
Given expression as 20 + 18 we add we get
result as 38.

Question 10.
40 + 25 = ____65______
40 + 25 = 65

Explanation:
Given expression as 40 + 25 we add we get
result as 65.

Question 11.
36 + 69 = ___105________
36 + 69 = 105

Explanation:
Given expression as 36 + 69 we add we get
result as 105.

Question 12.
9 + 90 = _____99______
9 + 90 = 99

Explanation:
Given expression as 9 + 90 we add we get
result as 99.

Question 13.
18 + 70 = _____88______
18 + 70 = 88

Explanation:
Given expression as 18 + 70Â  we add we get
result as 88.

Question 14.
27 + 50 = ____77_______
27 + 50 = 77

Explanation:
Given expression as 27 + 50 we add we get
result as 77.

### Lesson 13.8 Combine Three-Dimensional Shapes

Explore and Grow

Which three-dimensional shapes can you make using cubes? Build one of the shapes.

Cuboid

Explanation:
Using cubes we came make three-dimensional shape as cuboid
as shown above.

Show and Grow

Circle the new shape that you can make.

Question 1.

Explanation:
Given shapes are cube and cone using them we get new shape
cube with cone circled as shown in the picture above.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Given shapes are cylinder and cuboid using them we get new shape
cylinder with cuboid circled as shown in the picture above.

Apply and Grow: Practice

Circle the new shape that you can make.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Given shapes are cubes using them we get new shape
as cube on cube circled as shown in the picture above.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Given shapes are cone and cuboid using them we get new shape
as cone with cuboid circled as shown in the picture above.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Given shapes are cylinder and cube using them we get new shape
as cylinder with cube circled as shown in the picture above.

Question 6.
DIG DEEPER!
How many cubes do you need in all to make the next shape?

_____9_____ cubes
9 cubes are needed to make the next shape

Explanation:
Given in first shape it is 3 cubes, next shape it is 5 cubes,
in 3rd shape it has 7 cubes as it is increasing by two
orÂ  plus two so the next shape will have 7 + 2 = 9 cubes.
Therefore we need 9 cubes to make the next shape.

Think and Grow: Modeling Real Life

You build a wall. It is 5 cubes long and 2 cubes tall.
Your friend builds a wall. It is 4 cubes long and 2 cubes tall.
How many more cubes do you use than your friend?
Draw Pictures:Â  Â  Â YouÂ  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â Friend

Equation:

_____1_____ more cubes

I used 1 more cube than my friend.

Explanation:
Given I build a wall with 5 cubes long and 2 cubes tall
makes in total 7 blocks and friend builds a wall which has
4 cubes long and 2 cubes tall makes in total of 6 blocks,
So I used one more cube than my friend.

Show and Grow

Question 7.
You build a wall. It is 3 cubes long and 3 cubes tall. Your friend builds a wall.
It is 5 cubes long and 3 cubes tall. How many more cubes does your friend use than you?
Draw Pictures: Â  Â  Â YouÂ  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â Friend

Equation:

____2______ more cubes

Friend used 2 more cubes than mine.

Explanation:
Given I build a wall with 3 cubes long and 3 cubes tall makes in total 6 blocks and friend builds a wall which has 5 cubes long and 3 cubes tall makes in total of 8 blocks, So my friend used two more cubes than me.

### Combine Three-Dimensional Shapes Practice 13.8

Circle the new shape that you can make.

Question 1.

Explanation:
Given shapes are cone and cylinder using them we get new shape
as cone with cylinder circled as shown in the picture above.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Given shapes are 2 cylinders using them we get new shape
as cylinder with cylinder circled as shown in the picture above.

Question 3.
DIG DEEPER!
How many cubes do you need in all to make the next shape?

______13_______ cubes
13 cubes are needed to make the next shape

Explanation:
Given in first shape it is 1 cube, next shape it is 5 cubes,
in 3rd shape it has 9 cubes as it is increasing by four
orÂ  plus four so the next shape will have 9 + 4 = 13 cubes.
Therefore we need 13 cubes to make the next shape.

Question 4.
Modeling Real Life
You build a wall that is 2 cubes long and â€˜4 cubes tall. Your friend builds a wall that is 4 cubes long and 3 cubes tall. How many more cubes does your friend use than you?

_____one________ more cubes

Friend used 1 more cube than mine.

Explanation:
Given I build a wall with 2 cubes long and 4 cubes tall makes in total 6 blocks and friend builds a wall which has 4 cubes long and 3 cubes tall makes in total of 7 blocks, So my friend used one more cube than me.

Review & Refresh

Question 5.
Order from shortest to longest.

___black______, __green_______, __yellow_______
Order from shortest to longest is black, green, yellow

Explanation:
Given color brushes we sort according to the order as among three colors green is least small next small is green brush and the most longest is yellow so order from shortest to longest is black, green, yellow.

### Lesson 13.9 Take Apart Three-Dimensional Shapes

Explore and Grow

Circle the three-dimensional shapes used to build the castle.

Cone, Cylinder and Cuboid.

Explanation:
We circled the three-dimensional shapes cone, cylinder and
cuboid which are used to build the castle.

Show and Grow

Circle the shapes that make up the structure.

Question 1.

One Cylinder and One Cone

Explanation:
As shown we use 1 cylinder and 1 cone three-dimensional
shapes to make up the given structure.

Question 2.

Two Cylinders

Explanation:
As shown we use 2 cylinders three-dimensional
shape to make up the given structure.

Question 3.

Six Cubes and One Cylinder

Explanation:
As shown we use 6 cubes and 1 cylinder three-dimensional
shapes to make up the given structure.

Question 4.

Three Cones, One Cuboid and Two Cylinders

Explanation:
As shown we use 3 cones, 1 cuboid and 2 cylinders
three-dimensional shapes to make up the given structure.

Apply and Grow: Practice

Circle the shapes that make up the structure.

Question 5.

Four Cubes, One Cuboid and One Cone

Explanation:
As shown we use 4 cubes, 1 cuboid and 1 cone
three-dimensional shapes to make up the given structure.

Question 6.

Four Cubes, Two Cuboids and One Cylinder

Explanation:
As shown we use 4 cubes, 2 cuboid and 1 cylinder
three-dimensional shapes to make up the given structure.

Question 7.

Three Cubes, Three Cylinders and One Cone

Explanation:
As shown we use 3 cubes, 3 cylinders and 1 cone
three-dimensional shapes to make up the given structure.

Question 8.

Three Cubes, Three Cylinders, Three Cones and One Cuboid

Explanation:
As shown we use 3 cubes, 3 cylinders, 3 cones and 1 cuboid
three-dimensional shapes to make up the given structure.

Question 9.
MP Reasoning
Which two structures are the same?

Structure 1 and structure 3 are the same

Explanation:
Structure 1 has six cubes and structure 3 has three cubes with 1 cuboid
both make the same structure, So Structure 1 andÂ  Structure 3 are the same.

Think and Grow: Modeling Real Life

How many of each shape make up the gate?

6 cubes, 1 rectangular prism, 2 cylinders and 2 cones.

Explanation:
The gate is made up of 6 cubes, 1 rectangular prism,
2 cylinders and 2 cones.

Show and Grow

Question 10.
How many of each shape make up the bridge?

4 cubes andÂ  7 rectangular prisms

Explanation:
The bridge is made up of 4 cubes andÂ  7 rectangular prisms.

### Take Apart Three-Dimensional Shapes Practice 13.9

Circle the shapes that make up the structure.

Question 1.

Three Cubes

Explanation:
As shown we use 3 cubes three-dimensional shape
to make up the given structure.

Question 2.

Two Cylinders and Two Cuboids

Explanation:
As shown we use 2 cylinders and 2 cuboids
three-dimensional shapes to make up the given structure.

Question 3.

Three Cubes, Two Cylinders and Three Cones

Explanation:
As shown we use 3 cubes , 2 cylinders and 3 cones
three-dimensional shapes to make up the given structure.

Question 4.

Two Cubes, One Cylinder, One Cuboid and One Cone

Explanation:
As shown we use 2 cubes , 1 cylinder, 1 Cuboid and 1 cone
three-dimensional shapes to make up the given structure.

Question 5.
MP Reasoning
Which two structures are the same?

Structure 2 and structure 3 are the same

Explanation:
Structure 2 has six cubes and 1 cuboid and
structure 3 has three cuboids both make the same structure,
So Structure 2 andÂ  Structure 3 are the same.

Question 6.
Modeling Real Life
How many of each shape make up the castle?

6 cubes, 5 rectangular prisms, 8 cylinders and 4 cones.

Explanation:
The gate is made up of 6 cubes, 5 rectangular prisms,
8 cylinders and 4 cones.

Review & Refresh

Question 7.
12 + 7 = _____19______
12 + 7 = 19

Explanation:
Given expression as 12 + 7 we add we get
result as 19.

Question 8.
42 + 14 = ___56________
42 + 14 = 56

Explanation:
Given expression as 42 + 14 we add we get
result as 56.

Question 9.
25 + 32 = _____57______
25 + 32 = 57

Explanation:
Given expression as 25 + 32 we add we get
result as 57.

Question 10.
68 + 11 = _____79______
68 + 11 = 79

Explanation:
Given expression as 68 + 11 we add we get result as 79.

### Two – and Three – Dimensional Shapes Performance Task

Question 1.
Use the clues to finish the two-dimensional sand castle drawing.

• The flag on the castle is a closed shape with only 3 straight sides.
• The handle of the shovel is a closed shape with L-shaped vertices and 4 sides of the same length.
• The window on the castle is a closed shape with only 6 straight sides.
• The door on the castle is a closed shape with 4 sides that you can use 2 times to make a square.

Explanation:
Used the given clues to finish the two-dimensional sand castle drawing.
* The flag on the castle is a closed shape with only 3 straight sides is
triangle,
* The handle of the shovel is a closed shape with L-shaped vertices and
4 sides of the same length is a square,
* The window on the castle is a closed shape with only 6 straight sides
is a hexagon,
* The door on the castle is a closed shape with 4 sides so used
2 times rectangle to make a square.

Question 2.
You are building a sand castle using these three-dimensional shapes.

• 4 shapes that have square flat surfaces
• 5 shapes that have 2 flat surfaces and no vertices
• 3 shapes that have the same number of flat surfaces as vertices

a. Which shape is missing from the sand castle?

Hexagon three-dimensional shape is missing from the sand castle.

Explanation:
We can use Hexagon three-dimensional shape as missing from the sand castle. We can use for the windows on the castle as a closed shape
with only 6 straight sides.
So hexagon three-dimensional shape is missing from the sand castle.

b. Color a flat surface to show where you would stack the missing shape to
complete the sand castle.

Colored hexagon shape.

Explanation:
Colored a flat surface windows to show where I would stack the missing shape hexagon to complete the sand castle.

### Sort Two-Dimensional Shapes Homework & Practice 13.1

Question 1.
Circle the closed shapes with only 3 straight sides.

Explanation:
In the above given figures we have closed shapes
with only 3 straight sides. so I have circled them.
2 are triangles, one triangle with orange color, one right angle triangle
with blue color these are triangles with closed shapes with only 3 straight sides.

Question 2.
MP Structure
Draw 2 different two-dimensional shapes that have 1 or more L-shaped vertices.

Square and Rectangle

Explanation:
Drawn 2 different two-dimensional shapes one is Square and
other is Rectangle that have 1 or more L-shaped vertices as shown in
the picture above.

### Describe Two-Dimensional Shapes Homework & Practice 13.2

Circle the attributes of the shape.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Hexagon has 6 straight sides of the
same length, its closed shape so
circled the attributes of the shape.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Rhombus shape has 4 straight sides of the
same length and 4 vertices, so
circled the attributes of the shape.

### Combine Two-Dimensional Shapes Homework & Practice 13.3

Question 5.

Explanation:
6 triangles make a hexagon as shown in the figure.

Question 6.

Explanation:
3 Triangles make a Trapezoid.

### Create More Shapes Homework & Practice 13.4

Question 7.

Explanation:
We can use right angled triangles 4 times to make a Rectangle as
shown in four steps above.
Step 1: Take one right angled triangle place it,
Step 2 : Take one more right angledÂ  triangle and place it beside
the first one as shown,
Step 3 : Place one more right angled triangle as shown,
Step 4: Now we place one more right angled triangle
after joining all together makes a Rectangle shape.

Question 8.

Explanation:
We can use 2 times of quadrants and 2 squares to make the given
shape as shown in four steps above.
Step 1: Take one quadrants place it,
Step 2 : Take one more quadrants and place it beside
the first one as shown,
Step 3 : Place one square as shown,
Step 4: Now we place one more square beside the previous one
after joining all together makes a required shape as shown.

### Take Apart Two-Dimensional Shapes Homework & Practice 13.5

Draw two lines to show the parts.

Question 9.
1 square and 2 triangles

1 square and 2 triangles

Explanation:
Drawn one line in between rectangle
as shown we get 2 squares in one square
we draw one more line as shown we get 2 triangles
we get now 1 square and 2 triangles.

Question 10.
2 triangles and 1 square

2 triangles and 1 square

Explanation:
Drawn one line in between trapezoid
as shown we get 1 right angled triangle and
we draw one more line as shown we get 1 more
right angled triangle and center we get a square
we get now 2 right angled triangles and 1 square.

### Sort Three-Dimensional Shapes Homework & Practice 13.6

Question 11.
Circle the shapes with flat surfaces that are all squares.

Explanation:
Circled the shapes with flat surfaces that are all squares are
2 cubes and 2 cuboids as shown in the figure above.

Question 12.
Modeling Real Life
You need to find an object that has only flat surfaces for a scavenger hunt. Circle the objects you can use.

Explanation:
Objects that has only flat surfaces for a scavenger hunt are
Box andÂ  Match Box so circled them as shown in the figure above.

### Describe Three-Dimensional Shapes Homework & Practice 13.7

Circle the attributes of the shape.

Question 13.

Explanation:
Given Rectangular Prism shape it has 6 flat surfaces,
with 12 edges so circled the attributes of them as shown above.

Question 14.

Explanation:
Given Sphere shape it has 0 flat surfaces,
with 0 edges so circled the attributes of them as shown above.

### Combine Three-Dimensional Shapes Homework & Practice 13.8

Question 15.
Circle the new shape that you can make.

Explanation:
Given shapes are 1 cylinder and 1 cube using them we get new shape
as cylinder with cube so circled it as shown in the picture above.

### Take Apart Three-Dimensional Shapes Homework & Practice 13.9

Question 16.
Circle the shapes that make up the structure.