RS Aggarwal Class 8 Math Nineteenth Chapter Three-Dimensional Figures Exercise 19B Solution

RS Aggarwal Class 8 Math Nineteenth Chapter Three-Dimensional Figures Exercise 19B Solution

EXERCISE 19B

(1) Define Euler’s relation between the number of faces, number of edges and number of vertices for various 3-dimensional figures.

Ans: In a 3-dimensional figure, let the number of faces be F; the number of edges be E and the number of vertices be V.

Then, the Euler’s relation is given by

                    F – E + V = 2

(2) How many edges are there in a

(i) Cuboid = 12 edges

(ii) Tetrahedron = 6 edges

(iii) Triangular prism = 9 edges

(iv) Square pyramid = 8 edges

(3) How many faces are there in a

(i) Cube = 6 faces

(ii) Pentagonal prism = 7 faces

(iii) Tetrahedron = 4 faces

(iv) Pentagonal pyramid = 6 faces

(4) How many vertices are there in a

(i) Cuboid = 8 vertices

(ii) Tetrahedron = 4 vertices

(iii) A triangular prism = 10 vertices

(iv) A square pyramid = 5 vertices


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