A net has two equilateral triangles and 3 rectangles. What solid figure might it make?
you draw a square with equilateral triangles on each side.
An equilateral triangle with 3 equally sized isosceles triangles connected to it by their bases
It will depend on the relative sizes of the shapes and how they are assembled together.
It could be a cone
A tetrahedron (triangular pyramid).
The shape that has a net that contains triangles could be a triangular pyramid. If you draw a triangular pyramid or get the shape of it, you can see that there are 4 triangles in the shape. I hope this answer helped you. If not, then i hope you find it. I really didn't get the question but i think my answer could help. You can search it up on google "Triangular Pyramid" and see the shape and also get an image of what i meant.
A net is a two-dimensional figure which can be folded into a three-dimensional figure. It's a little difficult to describe in words . . . To make a regular triangular prism, start with a rectangle, and divide it into three equal (narrow) rectangular strips. on the two ends of one of these strips, make equilateral triangles.
the answer is pyramid
Tow triangles and three rectangles.
the net of a shape is how many sides of a shapeThe net of a solid shape is a flat arrangement of its faces faces which can be folded together to make the solid shape. See related links, below.
An octahedron is a closed 3-d shape with 8 polygonal faces. There are 257 topologically different convex octahedra. The simplest octahedron to make is probably the heptagon based right pyramid. The net for this shape is a regular heptagon with seven identical triangles attached to its edges. If the triangles are folded to meet at a point above the heptagonal base you will have an octahedron.