Name a real life object that could be represented by a net .

1. Cone

2. Cylinder

3. Rectangular prism

For a cone I think a ice cream cone

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  1. Cylinder: can of tomatoes

    Rectangular prism: box of cereal

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  2. cone a ice cream machine

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