## Three-Dimensional Shapes Solutions - Free PDF Download

## FAQs on RS Aggarwal Class 6 Solutions Chapter-19 Three-Dimensional Shapes

**1. How can I Prepare for Exams with RS Aggarwal Class 6 Solutions for Chapter 19?**

You can download the solutions for RS Aggarwal Class 6 Chapter 19 and make sure that you have all the materials ready and start studying to get good marks. Although easy, this chapter is the foundation of many concepts of three-dimensional geometry. Students must get a good understanding of all the topics covered in the chapter. Only after that, students should start practicing by referring to the study material provided by Vedantu. This study material will boost the students’ understanding of the chapter and prepare them to secure better marks in exams.

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**4. What are faces, edges and vertices?**

**Faces:**faces are the flat surface of any solid 3D object. E.g. The Cube has 6 faces in total.**Edges:**boundary line, where exactly two adjacent faces intersect with each other are called Edges. E.g. cuboids are made up of 12 edges.**Vertices:**The point where three or more than three edges meet are known as vertices. E.g. Pyramids comprise 5 vertices.

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**5. Give a real-life example of each cone, cube, cuboid, cylinder and sphere**

We see a lot of objects with different shapes all around us, some of them are cubic, some spherical, some others. If you start looking for objects with such shapes, you will find endless examples, some of them are:

**Cone:**Ice-cream cone is a great example of a cone**Cube:**Dice of a playing board, or Rubik’s cube is an example of a cube**Cuboid:**Bricks used in walls, match sticks and books, are all examples of cuboid**Cylinder:**Juice cans and water pipes are cylindrical.**Sphere:**Footballs, tennis balls, models of the globe, are examples of a sphere