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#### Question 1:

*Mark (✓) against the correct answer in each of Q.1 to Q.6.*

A cuboid has

(a) length

(b) length and breadth only

(c) length, breadth and height

(d) thickness only

#### Answer:

(c) length, breadth and height

A cuboid is a 3-dimensional figure.

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#### Question 2:

*Mark (✓) against the correct answer in each of Q.1 to Q.6.*

A dice is an example of a

(a) cuboid

(b) cube

(c) cone

(d) cylinder

#### Answer:

(b) cube

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#### Question 3:

*Mark (✓) against the correct answer in each of Q.1 to Q.6.*

A gas pipe is an example of a

(a) cuboid

(b) cube

(c) cone

(d) cylinder

#### Answer:

(d) cylinder

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#### Question 4:

*Mark (✓) against the correct answer in each of Q.1 to Q.6.*

A football is an example of a

(a) cylinder

(b) cone

(c) sphere

(d) none of these

#### Answer:

(c) sphere

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#### Question 5:

*Mark (✓) against the correct answer in each of Q.1 to Q.6.*

A brick is an example of a

(a) cube

(b) cuboid

(c) prism

(d) cylinder

#### Answer:

(b) cuboid

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#### Question 6:

*Mark (✓) against the correct answer in each of Q.1 to Q.6.*

An ice-cream cone is an example of a

(a) cuboid

(b) cube

(c) pyramid

(d) none of these

#### Answer:

(d) None of these

Its a cone.

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#### Question 7:

Fill in the blanks:

(i) An object that occupies space is called a ...... .

(ii) A cuboid has ...... faces, ...... edges and ...... vertices.

(iii) The ...... faces of a cuboid are identical.

(iv) A ...... has no vertex and no edge.

(v) All the faces of a ...... are identical.

(vi) A square pyramid has ...... lateral triangular faces and ...... edges.

(vii) A triangular pyramid has ...... triangular lateral faces and ...... edges.

(viii) A triangular prism has ...... vertices, ...... rectangular lateral faces, ...... triangular bases and ...... edges.

#### Answer:

(i) An object that occupies space is called a __solid__.

(ii) A cuboid has __6 rectangular__ faces, __12__ edges and __8 __vertices.

(iii) The __opposite__ faces of a cuboid are identical.

(iv) A __sphere__ has no vertex and no edge.

(v) All the faces of a __cube__ are identical.

(vi) A square pyramid has __4__ lateral triangular faces and __8__ edges.

(vii) A triangular pyramid has __3__ triangular lateral faces and __6__ edges.

(viii) A triangular prism has __6__ vertices, __3__ rectangular lateral faces, __2__ triangular bases and __9 __edges.

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#### Question 8:

Give examples of four objects which are in the shape of:

(a) a cone

(b) a cuboid

(c) a cylinder

#### Answer:

(a) An ice cream cone, a conical tent, a clown's cap and a conical vessel are in the shape of a cone.

(b) A wooden box, a match box, a brick and an almirah are in the shape of a cuboid.

(c) A measuring jar, a gas cylinder, a test tube and a circular pillar are in the shape of a cylinder.

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