Visualising Solid Shapes – 7

Multiple Choice Questions

75. Plane figures are of

  • (A) Two dimensions
  • (B) Three dimensions
  • (C) One dimension
  • (D) Four dimensions

74. Solid shapes are of

  • (A) Two dimensions
  • (B) Three dimensions
  • (C) One dimension
  • (D) Four dimensions

73. The corners of a solid shape are called its

  • (A) Faces
  • (B) Edges
  • (C) Vertices
  • (D) Flat surface

72. The line segments/ curves which form the skeleton of the solid shapes are known as its

  • (A) Faces
  • (B) Edges
  • (C) Vertices
  • (D) Flat surface

71. The flat surfaces of a solid shape are called its

  • (A) Faces
  • (B) Edges
  • (C) Vertices
  • (D) Flat surface

70. Which of the following is a two Dimensional figure?

  • (A) Rectangle
  • (B) Rectangular Prism
  • (C) Square Pyramid
  • (D) Square Prism

69. Which of the following can be the base of a pyramid?

  • (A) Line segment
  • (B) Circle
  • (C) Octagon
  • (D) Oval

68. The skeleton outline of a solid that can be folded to make the solid is known as

  • (A) Faces
  • (B) Edges
  • (C) Vertices
  • (D) Net

67. How many types of sketches of a solid are possible?

  • (A) 0
  • (B) 1
  • (C) 2
  • (D) 3

66. The sketch of a solid shape which does not have proportional measurements is known as

  • (A) Oblique sketch
  • (B) Isometric sketch
  • (C) Slicing
  • (D) Shadowing

65. The sketch of a solid shape in which the measurements are kept proportional is known as

  • (A) Oblique sketch
  • (B) Isometric sketch
  • (C) Slicing
  • (D) Shadowing

64. An isometric dot paper is used to draw

  • (A) An oblique sketch
  • (B) An isometric sketch
  • (C) Slicing
  • (D) Shadowing

63. How many vertices are there in a cube?

  • (A) 8
  • (B) 12
  • (C) 6
  • (D) 10

62. How many edges are there in a cube?

  • (A) 8
  • (B) 12
  • (C) 6
  • (D) 10

61. How many faces are there in a cube?

  • (A) 8
  • (B) 12
  • (C) 6
  • (D) 10

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