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Class II - maths: Shapes
One Word Answer Questions:
Q) How many faces are there in a cube?
    
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Q) How many corners are there in sphere?
    
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Q) How many edges are there in cone?
    
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Q) How many corners are there in cuboid?
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Q) How many faces are there in a cylinder?
    
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Q) Straight lines can be drawn using a ?
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Q) A rectangle has 4 sides and 4 corners, opposite sides are ?
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Q) A line which is on a straight path without bending is called ?
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Q) The outside of a solid is called ?
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Q) What is the shape of below figure?
    
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Short Answer Questions:
Q) How many sides are there in triangle?
    
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Q) How many horizontal lines are there in figure?
    
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Q) How many vertical lines are there in figure?
    
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Q) What is the curved lines?
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Q) What is the straight lines?
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Q) Write about Tracing Out Flat Shapes?
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Q) What is the solid figures?
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Q) What is the Faces, Edges And Corners?
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Q) What is Curved Lines And Straight Lines?
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Long Answer Questions:
Q) How many faces , edges , vertices of cone ?
    
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Q) How many faces , edges , vertices of cylinder ?
    
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Q) What is the solid figures?
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Q) What is straight lines and curved lines?
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Q) Write Both Horizontal and vertical lines from the figure?
    
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Q) Write about Tracing Out Flat Shapes? Give an example?
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Q) What is the Faces, Edges And Corners? Give an Examples?
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Q) Write about Curved Lines And Straight Lines?
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Q) What is Shapes? Give an Examples?
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    Shapes

    Let us see some of the basic shapes:

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    • A rectangle has 4 sides and 4 corners, opposite sides are equal.
    • A triangle has 3 sides and 3 corners.
    • A square has 4 sides and 4 corners. All the sides are equal.
    • A circle and oval has no sides and corners.
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    Let Us See Some Objects And Shapes:

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    Lines

    Curved Lines And Straight Lines

    Straight Lines

    A line which is on a straight path without bending is called a straight line.

    Example:

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    If we fold a paper, to get a crease, we get a straight line on unfolding the paper.

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    Curved Line:

    A line which is continuously bending without causing any particular angle is called a curved line.

    Example:

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    Children while playing hold the string loose in their hands, which forms a curved line.

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    Drawing Lines

    Straight lines can be drawn using a scale or any straight edge like the edge of a notebook or pencil box.

    Drawing a straight line:

    1. Using a scale:
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    3. Using a pencil box
    4. shape
    5. Using a notebook
    6. shape

    We keep the scale in the following positions for drawing the following lines.

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    Solid Figures (3-D Shapes)

    The shapes we have seen so far are,
    Square, triangle, rectangle, oval which are all flat shapes without any thickness.
    But there are many objects which are not flat, like a ball, a dice, a pencil box, a party hat, a gas cylinder etc.
    These are called "solid shapes".
    There sides or faces may look like flat shapes, such as square, triangle or a circle.
    Examples:

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    Faces, Edges And Corners

    Faces: The outside of a solid is called its face.
    Edge: Two faces meet to make an edge.
    Corner: The place where two sides meet is called a corner.
    Examples:

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    Let us consider a table for better understanding of the shape, edges and corners/vertices of various objects.

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    Tracing Out Flat Shapes

    A few flat shapes that we have learnt about can be drawn with the help of solid shapes.
    We can trace the base of a solid shape to get a flat shape.

      Examples:

    1. The base of a dice which has shape of a cube, a square can be traced.
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    3. The base of a pencil box which has shape of a cuboid, a rectangle can be traced.
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    5. The base of a cylinder which has a curved shape, a circle can be traced.
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    The sides or faces of many objects we see are like flat shapes we earlier noticed.

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