# RS Aggarwal Vikash Aggarwal Class 2 Activity Book Composite Mathematics Activity Sheet 71 To Sheet 75 Solution

## Activity Sheet – 71

#### Count the number of horizontal lines, vertical lines and slanting lines in each of the following figures:

## Activity Sheet – 72

#### Look at the numbers in different shapes given above and answer the following questions:

(1) The smallest number inside a circle is 123.

(2) The greatest number inside a rectangle is 875.

(3) The smallest number inside a triangle is 469.

(4) The smallest number inside a square is 234.

(5) The greatest number inside a circle is 321.

(6) The smallest number inside a rectangle is 578.

(7) The greatest number inside a triangle is 964.

(8) The greatest numbers inside a square is 432.

(9) Arrange the numbers in the circles in an ascending order:

Ans: 123, 132, 213, 231, 312, 314.

(10) Arrange the numbers in the triangles in a descending order:

Ans: 964, 946, 694, 649, 496, 469.

## Activity Sheet – 73

#### Answer the following questions:

**(1) How many faces does each of the following shapes have?**

- Sphere – 0
- Cone – 1
- Cylinder – 2
- Cube – 6

**(2) Tick the shapes having only one curved face.**

- Sphere
- Cone
- Cylinder

**(3) Tick the shapes which can roll on an inclined plane.**

- Sphere
- Cylinder

**(4) Tick the shapes which have at least one circular edge.**

- Cone

**(5) Tick the shapes with no vertex.**

- Sphere
- Cylinder

## Activity Sheet – 74

#### State whether the given statement is true or false:

(1) A triangle has four vertices. – False

(2) A cone has one edge. – False

(3) Each face of a cube is square – True

(4) We use a ruler to draw a straight line. – True

(5) All the sides of a rectangle are equal. – False

(6) A plane paper represents a cuboid. – True

(7) A cuboid has 6 vertices and 12 edges. – False

(8) A cylinder has two vertices. – False

(9) A cone has two faces-one plane and one curved. – False

(10) A sphere has no vertex. – True

(11) All the edges of cuboid are equal. – False