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Problems Based on Figures

Problems Based on Figures
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There are a variety of shapes present in an object. An object mostly has one or more geometrical shapes like the following.

Maths class 2 Problems Based on Figures

These types of shapes are called three dimensional (3-D) shaped solids.

Maths class 2 Problems Based on Figures

Maths class 2 Problems Based on Figures

Practice these questions

Q1) Colour all the cones RED, all the spheres YELLOW, all the cylinders BLUE and all the cubes GREEN.

Maths class 2 Problems Based on Figures

Q2) Circle the shape which best matches the real-life object in the picture.

Maths class 2 Problems Based on Figures

Q3) Fill in the following table

Maths class 2 Problems Based on Figures

Q4) Circle the shape with more faces

Maths class 2 Problems Based on Figures

Quiz for Problems Based on Figures

Q.1

A sphere is ____ dimension shape.

a) three
b) two
c) one
d) four

Q.2

An ice cube resemble which geometric shape?

a) sphere
b) circle
c) cube
d) pyramid

Q.3

A marker is an example of which geometric shape?



a)

cone

b)

square

c)

cylinder

d)

sphere

Q.4

A cardboard box is an example of which geometric shape?

a) circle
b) hemisphere
c) sphere
d) cuboid

Q.5

A pencil tip is an example of which geometric shape?

a) cube
b) pyramid
c) cone
d) cylinder

Q.6

Which among the following is an example of a cone?

a) a mobile phone
b) box
c) birthday cap
d) ice cube

Q.7

A cube is made up of which 2-dimensional geometric shape?

a) polygon
b) circle
c) square
d) rectangle

Q.8

A rectangular prism is also known as-

a) cuboid
b) cube
c) pyramid
d) sphere

Q.9

We can stack___ dimensional shape figure one upon the another.

a) three
b) four
c) two
d) one

Q.10

Circles do not have-

a) radius
b) angles
c) area
d) circumference

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