Here are two nets to make dice(cubes); the numbers inserted in each square indicate the number of dots in that box.

Insert suitable numbers in the blanks, remembering that the number on the opposite faces should total to $$7$$.

Define the following terms :

Discrete frequency distribution
Use isometric dot paper to draw a tetrahedron

Solids | ||||

Properties | Cone | Cylinder | Prism | Pyramid |

The figure is a polyhedron. | ||||

The figure has diagonals. | ||||

The shape has curved edges | ||||

The base of figure is a polygon | ||||

The bases are congruent | ||||

The base of figure is a polygon and other faces meet at a single point | ||||

The base of figure is a curved edge and other faces meet at a single point |

(a) A cuboid of dimensions $$5\ cm, 3\ cm$$ and $$2\ cm$$. (Is your sketch unique?)

(b) A cube with an edge $$4\ cm$$ long.

Cuboid

a sweet laddoo

a match box

Define the following terms :

Frequency of distribution
a rod-roller

In the figure is given a net to make dice (cube), the numbers inserted in each square indicate the number of dots in it.

Insert suitable numbers in each blank so that numbers in opposite faces of the die have a total of seven dots.

In the figure, given a net to make dice (cube). The numbers inserted in each square indicate the number of dots in it.

Insert suitable numbers in each blank so that numbers opposite faces of the die have a total of seven dots.

____ sketch focus on the front view of an object.

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