Michael M.

asked • 06/03/18

how to mathematically prove that a cube consists of 11 nets?

My math teacher and numerous online websites state that a cube has 11 nets. But none of them give a mathematical proof as to why that is. I believe this statement is not important enough for people to spend time into forming a proper proof. But I wonder if any of you math experts have the leisure to do so. 

1 Expert Answer

By:

Kenneth S. answered • 06/03/18

Expert Help in Algebra/Trig/(Pre)calculus to Guarantee Success in 2018

Mark M.

tutor
One of my tutees gets assignments to calculate surface areas using "nets." 
It can assist in visualizing a three dimensional object on a two-dimensional plane.
Yet "unfolding" a triangular prism or a hexagonal cylinder can be daunting.
Report

06/03/18

Still looking for help? Get the right answer, fast.

Ask a question for free

Get a free answer to a quick problem.
Most questions answered within 4 hours.

OR

Find an Online Tutor Now

Choose an expert and meet online. No packages or subscriptions, pay only for the time you need.