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WRITING Explain how to use translations to draw a rectangular prism.

Drawing a rectangle with its image makes a rectangular prism

Geometry

Chapter 4

Transformations

Section 1

Translations

Polygons

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in this problem, you're being asked to draw a rectangular prism. Yours will look different than mine, but you could have one. It's fairly normally box shaped. You could also have one that's rather tone skinny, like a post look and hopefully a little bit straighter on that edge. Not than mine. Waas. We'll try that again. Or you could have one. That's a cube. Remember, Cube is a rectangular prison. Obviously, you'll be using a pencil, which little bit easier in this, so just know that your answers will vary, but all of these would be acceptable.

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