In Plane developments of geometric bodies (1): Nets of prisms we can see how regular and non-regular prisms can be developed into a plane.
Now we are going to study nets of prisms cut by an oblique plane.
This is one example:
In the examples above a base was a regular polygons. But we can consider prisms whose bases are not regular polygons. In the next mathlet,
bases are non-regular polygons (although they are inscribed in a circle and they are convex polygons). Each time we change the number of sides of the base a new prism is generated
with sides randomly drawn:
This is one example of a non-regular transparent prism cut by an oblique plane:
Two examples of nets of non-regular prisms cut by an oblique plane: