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Exercise 19 PAGE No: 213
Mark () against the correct answer in each of Q. 1 to Q. 6.
1. A cuboid has
(a) length only
(b) length and breadth only
(c) length, breadth and height
(d) thickness only
A cuboid has length, breadth and height since, the cuboid is a three dimensional figure.
Option (c) is the correct answer
2. A dice is an example of a
A dice is an example of cube
Option (b) is the correct answer
3. A gas pipe is an example of a
A gas pipe is an example of cylinder
Option (d) is the correct answer
4. A football is an example of a
(d) none of these
A football is an example of sphere
Option (c) is the correct answer.
RS Aggarwal Solutions for Class 6 Chapter 19
Chapter 19 – Three-Dimensional Shapes consists of 1 Exercise. Each question of RS Aggarwal textbook has been solved perfectly. Let’s have a look at the topics which are given here in this chapter.
- Triangular Prism
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Chapter Brief of RS Aggarwal Solutions for Class 6 Maths Chapter 19 Three-Dimensional Shapes
A solid figure or shape that has three dimensions, length, width and height is known as Three-Dimensional Shape. Faces, edges and vertices are the attributes of Three-Dimensional Shapes. Cube, cone, prism, cylinder, square, pyramid, sphere are examples of Three-Dimensional Shapes.