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PROJECT WORK OF MATHS KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA GINGLE , URI NAME – ATUL TYAGI CLASS -VII ROLLNO. - 10PowerPoint Presentation:
2) TOPIC - VISUALISING SOLID SHAPES WELCOME DIMENSIONAL FIGURES :
DIMENSIONAL FIGURES PLANE FIGURES Plane figure have 2 dimension like length and breadth or radius . These figures are called 2 dimensional figures or 2-D. EXAMPLE Rectangle ,circle , square and triangle SOME EXAMPLES OF PLANE FIGURES:
SOME EXAMPLES OF PLANE FIGURES CIRCLE RECTANGLE TRIANGLE SQUARE z 3 DIMENSIONAL FIGURES:
3 DIMENSIONAL FIGURES SOLID OBJECTS A solid object having 3 dimensions like length , breadth , height [depth or thickness] is called 3 dimensional object or 3 – d figure. Example Cube , cuboids , cylinder and cone SOME EXAMPLES OF SOLID OBJECTS:
SOME EXAMPLES OF SOLID OBJECTSWHAT IS CUBE ?:
WHAT IS CUBE ? A cuboid whose length , breadth and height are equal is called a cube. example Sugar cube and dice are example of cube. SOME EXAMPLES OF CUBE:
SOME EXAMPLES OF CUBEWHAT IS CUBOID ?:
WHAT IS CUBOID ? A cuboid has length , breadth and height and its opposite faces are identical . EXAMPLE A wooden box and a matchbox are some example. SOME EXAMPLES OF CUBOID:
SOME EXAMPLES OF CUBOIDWHAT IS SPHERE ?:
WHAT IS SPHERE ? A sphere has a curved surface . It Has no vertex and no edge. An object which is in the shape of a ball is said to have a shape of a sphere. SOME EXAMPLES OF SPHERE:
SOME EXAMPLES OF SPHERE WHAT IS CONE ?:
WHAT IS CONE ? A cone has a plane circular end as the base and a curved surface tapering into a point , called its vertex . Thus , a cone has one plane face and one curved face . It has one circular edge and one vertex. EXAMPLE An ice-cream cone and clown’s cap. SOME EXAMPLES OF CONE:
SOME EXAMPLES OF CONE WHAT IS CYLINDER?:
WHAT IS CYLINDER? A cylinder has a curved lateral surface and two circular faces at its end. It has no corner or vertex. A cylinder has two plane faces , namely the top and the base , and one curved face . It has two circular edges. EXAMPLE A circular pipe and gas cylinder. SOME EXAMPLES OF CYLINDER:
SOME EXAMPLES OF CYLINDER VIEWS OF 3 - D SHAPES:
VIEWS OF 3 - D SHAPES 3-Dimensional objects can look differently from different positions so they can be drawn from different perspectives. DIFFERENT VIEWS OF OBJECTS A PYRAMID FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW SIDE VIEW :
DIFFERENT VIEWS OF OBJECTS A PYRAMID FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW SIDE VIEWWE CAN ALSO GET DIFFERENT VIEWS OF FIGURES MADE BY JOINING CUBES. 1. FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW SIDE VIEW :
WE CAN ALSO GET DIFFERENT VIEWS OF FIGURES MADE BY JOINING CUBES. 1. FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW SIDE VIEW 2. TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW SIDE VIEW :
2. TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW SIDE VIEW FACES , EDGES AND VERTICES:
Faces Each of solid is made up of polygonal regions which are called its faces . Edges When any two faces of the solid meet together we get a line segment called an edge. FACES , EDGES AND VERTICES:
Vertex When three or more faces meet at one point , that point is called a vertex. FRONT VIEW FACES , EDGES AND VERTICES OF CUBE:
FACES , EDGES AND VERTICES OF CUBE A cube has 8 vertices , 12 edges and 6 faces. FACES , EDGES AND VERTICES OF CUBOID:
A cuboids has 6 faces , 8 vertices and 12 edges FACES , EDGES AND VERTICES OF CUBOID FACES , EDGES AND VERTICES OF RECTANGULAR PYRAMID :
FACES , EDGES AND VERTICES OF RECTANGULAR PYRAMID A Rectangular pyramid has 5 faces , 8 edges and 5 vertices . FACES , EDGES AND VERTICES OF triangular pyramid :
FACES , EDGES AND VERTICES OF triangular pyramid A triangular pyramid has 4 faces , 6 edges and 4 vertices. NET OF SQUARE BASED PYRAMID:
NET OF SQUARE BASED PYRAMIDSurface area and volume of 3-dimensional Figures:
Surface area and volume of 3-dimensional FiguresPowerPoint Presentation:
Top Right Side Front Bottom Top Front Back Right Side Left Side Cuboid A Cuboid has 6 faces.. Each face is a rectangle . FrontPowerPoint Presentation:
face face face Cube is also having 6 faces ( Here three faces are visible ) 1 2 3 Dice (Pasa) cubeSurface area and volume of 3-dimensional Figures:
Surface area and volume of 3-dimensional FiguresPowerPoint Presentation:
Top Right Side Front Bottom Top Front Back Right Side Left Side Cuboid A Cuboid has 6 faces.. Each face is a rectangle . FrontPowerPoint Presentation:
face face face Cube is also having 6 faces ( Here three faces are visible ) 1 2 3 Dice (Pasa) cubePowerPoint Presentation:
Surface area = Area of all six faces = 6a 2 a Surface area Cube cuboid Surface area = Area of all six faces = 2(lxb + bxh +hxl) a a a (Here all the faces are square) (Here all the faces are rectangular) h l bPowerPoint Presentation:
Area of base (Rectangle) = l x b l Height of cuboid = h Volume of cuboid = Area of base x height = (l x b) x h =lXbXh h Volume of cuboid Front bPowerPoint Presentation:
Volume of Cube a a Area of base (square) = a 2 Height of cube = a Volume of cube = Area of base x height = a 2 x a = a 3 a aPowerPoint Presentation:
2 π r h r h Curved Surface area of cylinder = Area of rectangle= 2 π rh Method of Finding Curved Surface area of Cylinder rPowerPoint Presentation:
Total Surface Area of a Cylinder = (2 π r) x( h) + 2 π r 2 Curved surface Area of curved surface + area of two circular surfaces circular surfaces = 2 π r( h+ r)PowerPoint Presentation:
Circumference of circle = 2 π r Area covered by cylinder = curved Surface area of of cylinder = (2 π r) x( h) r h Method of finding Curved Surface area of cylinder It is the area covered by the outer surface of a cylinder. Formation of Cylinder by bangles Circumference of circle = 2 π r rPowerPoint Presentation:
Volume of cylinder Volume of cylinder = Area of base x vertical height = π r 2 xh r hPowerPoint Presentation:
Curved Surface Area of Cone Base r h l = Slant height Curved Surface Area of a Cone = π r l where l = √ ( r²+h ² )PowerPoint Presentation:
3( V ) = π r 2 h r h h r Volume of a Cone Here the vertical height and radius of cylinder & cone are same. 3( volume of cone) = volume of cylinder V = 1/3 π r 2 hPowerPoint Presentation:
If both cylinder and cone have same height and radius then volume of a cylinder is three times the volume of a cone , Volume = 3V Volume =VPowerPoint Presentation:
4( 1/3 π r 2 h ) = 4( 1/3 π r 3 ) = V h=r r Volume of a Sphere Here the vertical height and radius of cone are same as radius of sphere . 4( volume of cone) = volume of Sphere V = 4/3 π r 3 rPowerPoint Presentation:
Surface area 6a 2 2 π rh π r l 4 π r 2 Volume a 3 π r 2 h 1/3 π r 2 h 4/3 π r 3 Comparison of Area and volume of different geometrical figuresNOW QUESTION TIME:
Q1- FOOTBALL IS AN EXAMPLE OF ? NOW QUESTION TIME CUBE CONE SPHERE NONE OF THESEPowerPoint Presentation:
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WHICH OF THESE IS A EXAMPLE OF CUBE PIPE SUN NONE OF THESE DICEPowerPoint Presentation:
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