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Real Life Examples A line is a long thin mark made by a pen, pencil, chalk etc.

v Line and shapes are TYPES OF LINES:
useful in architecture and
carpentry. Lines are of two types:
v We see different shapes
all around us. v Straight lines    
Eg: football, book, pencil

v Curved lines      

Book Everything around us is made of curved lines or straight
lines or a combination of both lines.

All things around us have shapes. There are 2 types of
Football v Flat Shape
v Solid Shape

Square, circle, triangle and rectangle are flat shapes.
Pencil Sphere, cone, cylinder, cube and cuboid are solid shapes.

triangle square circle

rectangle oval

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