#### How do you analyze a three-dimensional geometric shape?
Analyzing 3-dimensional geometric shape is a part of studying geometry. You can identify 3D patterns by its three vital things like height, width, length. The name of its flat surface is Face and its sides name is lateral faces. Edges always meet at vertices figure and faces meet at edges.
You can determine 3D shapes by examining its shape's criteria such as its height, width, and length. A portrait of 3D pattern is 2D shape as the actual touchable object is three-dimensional.
**3D Shapes with Curved Surfaces -** For this, you will see sphere as symmetry 3D figure pattern like a ball without corners and flat sides. Every point of such shapes will be equidistant from the center of the sphere. If we focus cone shape, the base would be flat and overall figure would be circular. Its top would be rotated with a right angled triangled. Then, there is a curved surface finished at a point that we call a vertex.
**3D with Flat Surface -** To analyze 3D shapes, we locate them in the context of flat surface. Here, we have an example of triangular prism. Such patterns have all three rectangular sides, and two triangular ends. Triangular cross-section all the way with its length. Rectangular shape's six faces are all rectangular. But its cross-section is square in figure. Cubes have equal height, width, length with six faces square. Both rectangular prisms and cubes are called cuboids.
**3D Shapes in Daily Life -** The examples of three-dimensional shapes in daily life such as; basketballs = spheres, Ice cream cones = cones, camping tent = triangular prism, Gift box = rectangular prism.

This series of sheets provides you with real-world word problems. In some cases they provided you with diagrams in other cases, you need to create your own. This is a complete application of math section. I would not try working on these sheets until you are sure you have mastered your basic geometry measures and calculations. The third dimension also means that you add a third measure to your math. These worksheets explain how to solve problems by analyzing geometric shapes in 3D. Your students will use these activity sheets to practice applying specific geometric formulas to determine the area, mass, angles, perimeters, etc. of given three-dimensional shapes. Students should have prior knowledge of formulas.