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# Problems Based on Figures

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

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

# Practice these questions

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

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

Q3) Fill in the following table

Q4) Circle the shape with more faces

## 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