## RD Sharma Solutions for Class 6 Maths Chapter 16 - Understanding Three Dimensional Shapes - Free PDF Download

## FAQs on RD Sharma Class 6 Maths Solutions Chapter 16 - Understanding Three Dimensional Shapes

1. Name any four objects from your environment, which have the three-dimensional form of (i) A cuboid (ii) A cube

(i) A lunch box, a compass box, a book, and a duster.

(ii) A disc, a chalk box, a cubical cabin, and a tissue box

2. Give two new examples of each of the for three-dimensional shapes:

(i) Cone

(ii) Sphere

(iii) Cylinder

(iv) Cuboid

(v) Pyramid

(i) A school bell and a funnel.

(ii) A tennis ball and a model of a globe.

(iii) Drink cans and delivering pipes for a water and gas.

(iv) A match box and brick.

(v) A paper- weight and a tower like the Eiffel tower.

3. How students can score good marks in Mathematics class 6.

Students can score good marks in mathematics class 6 by revising each chapter 2-3 times. Also, they need to solve sample papers to improve their time management and accuracy. Students can solve sample papers on Vedantu site

4. What is called pyramid?

A pyramid is a polyhedron whose base is a polygon and outer surfaces are triangles of one vertex. A pyramid with an n-sided base has n + 1 vertices, n + 1 faces, and 2n edges.

5. What is the three-dimensional shape?

In geometry, a three-dimensional shape can be defined as a solid figure or an object or shape that has three dimensions—length, width, and height. Unlike two-dimensional shapes, three-dimensional shapes have height, which is the same as thickness or depth.