Representing 3-D in 2-D
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The faces of solids meet atMarks:1
Explanation:The faces of solids meet at edges, which are line segments.
Symbols are used to depict the differentMarks:1
Explanation:Use of certain symbols help us to read the map easily.
If we add the dimension ‘height’ to a square (equal to the side of square) we obtain aMarks:1
Square is an example of 2-D shapes (All sides are equal).
If we add ‘height’ to a square (equal to the side of square) then
we obtain cube (3-D shapes having three dimensions).
Example of a 3-D shape isMarks:1
Explanation:A solid object has three measurements like length, breadth and height or depth. Hence, they are called three-dimensional shapes.
The 2-D shapes have onlyMarks:1
length & breadth.
Explanation:Plane shapes have two measurements like length and breadth and therefore they are called two-dimensional shapes.