NCERT Solutions for Class 4 Maths Chapter 8

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NCERT Solutions for Class 4 Maths Chapter 8 - Carts And Wheels

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Preparing for Maths examinations has never been easier. NCERT Solutions are now available for Maths Class 4 Chapter 8 which is Carts and Wheels. NCERT Solutions for Maths is prepared by study experts at Vedantu who are highly qualified. Hence, NCERT Solutions are a highly accurate and credible source of information. Many students recommend other students to refer to NCERT Solutions when preparing for Maths examination of Class 4. One can check out the free PDF download option provided for NCERT Solutions online on our website as well as the mobile app.

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What are some of the common round things as per Chapter 8 of Class 4 Maths?

Chapter 8 Class 4 Mathematics is about Carts and Wheels. In this chapter, fundamental concepts on geometrical shapes and sizes, especially circles have been discussed. The circle is a geometrical shape. You must have seen many round things. These can be easily seen in our day to day activities. Some of the common round things that can be observed in daily life are plate, wheel, ball, moon, sun, bowl, coins, some utensils like Tawa, Kadai, and more. 

2. What is a radius in a circle?

The circle is a unique geometrical shape. In higher standards, the circle is taught in terms of the perimeter, area, etc. In Chapter 8 of Mathematics Class 4, fundamental concepts of the circle are taught. The meaning of diameter and radius are some of those concepts included in the chapter. Diameter is the longest line that connects one point of the circle to another through the centre of the circle. The half-length of this diameter is referred to as the radius, which is the distance from the centre of the circle to one end of the circle. An easy way of calculating the radius is by dividing the length of diameter by 2.