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Vocabulary

Match each shape to its name. (pp. 514, 520)

Question 1.

• The first and most important property of a regular hexagon is that it has six sides. Hexa means six and therefore a hexagon is supposed to have six sides.

• The next property is in continuation of the first property. As there are six sides, there are also six angles in a hexagon.Â

• The lengths of each side of a regular hexagon are equal.

• The angles of each side of a regular hexagon are equal.

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Question 2.

Explanation:

• The sum of all the angles of a triangle (of all types) is equal to 180Â°.
• The sum of the length of the two sides of a triangle is greater than the length of the third side.
• In the same way, the difference between the two sides of a triangle is less than the length of the third side.
• The side opposite the greater angle is the longest side of all the three sides of a triangle.

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Question 3.

Explanation:

• A rectangle is a quadrilateral
• The opposite sides are parallel and equal to each other
• Each interior angle is equal to 90 degrees
• The sum of all the interior angles is equal to 360 degrees
• The diagonals bisect each other
• Both the diagonals have the same length.

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Question 4.

Explanation:

• Opposite angles are congruent or equal.
• The opposite sides are equal and parallel.
• DiagonalsÂ bisect each other.
• The Sum of any two adjacent or consecutive angles is 180Â°.

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Concepts and Skills

Question 5.
Circle the shapes that have only 3 vertices (corners). (1.6.A)

• The sum of all the angles of a triangle (of all types) is equal to 180Â°.
• The sum of the length of the two sides of a triangle is greater than the length of the third side.
• In the same way, the difference between the two sides of a triangle is less than the length of the third side.
• The side opposite the greater angle is the longest side of all the three sides of a triangle.

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Use pattern blocks. Draw to show the blocks. Write how many blocks you use. (1.6.C, 1.6.F)

Question 6.
________ make a .

Explanation: The representation has shown in the above diagram. I divided the hexagon with an outline.

Question 7.
_________ make a .

Explanation: The representation has shown in the above diagram. I divided the rhombus with an outline.

Question 8.
How many straight sides does a rhombus have? (1.6.D)

(A) 5
(B) 4
(C) 6

A rhombus is a diamond-shaped quadrilateral that has all four sides equal. We can see rhombus-shaped figures in our day-to-day lives. Some of the real-life examples of a rhombus are shown in the below-given figure: a diamond, a kite, and an earring, etc.

Question 9.
Which shapes can combine to make this new shape? (1.6.F)

Explanation:
The total representation has shown in the above diagram with filled colours.

Question 10.
Which shapes can combine to make this new shape? (1.6.F)

Explanation:
The total representation has shown in the above diagram with filled colours.

Question 11.
Which new shape could you make? (1.6C, 1.6.F)

The collection of all the points in a plane, which are at a fixed distance from a fixed point in the plane, is called a circle.

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