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Perspective View

Look at the following video to understand the concept of perspective view.

Let us now solve some examples to understand this concept better. Example 1: Look at the front part of the following figure and draw its perspective view:

Solution: The perspective view of the given figure can be drawn by first drawing a horizontal line on the paper then marking a point on that line. Then draw the given shape below that line as follows:

Now, join the corners of given shape with the point.

Draw a horizontal line between the top two lines and a vertical line down from the horizontal line to complete the side.

Now erase the lines as shown:

This is the perspective view of the given shape. Example 2: Identify the perspective views of the following triangle from the given three figures (i), (ii) and (iii).

. only the figure given in (i) represents the perspective view of a triangle correctly.Solution: The perspective view of the triangle can be drawn as Therefore.

.Geometry (Math) Study Material Close Lesson 2 Go to: View Recent Discussion on this lesson Angles You must have seen angles in your daily life. and also shows how a right angle is constructed. What is a right angle? The following video answers this question.

The following video explains acute angles and how they are constructed. .

The angle marked in this figure is an obtuse angle. To know more about obtuse angles. look at the following video.Look at this figure. .

Example 2: Which angle is represented by the following figure? . there are 14 right angles in the given figure.Let us now solve some examples to understand this concept better. Example 1: How many right angles are there in the given figure? Solution: The right angles in the given figure are: Thus.

and then different types of angle and their definations . Recent discussion on this lesson Ask your Question z@gQme@3s9Bt5RG@aVzjzVZw cd41na3mnM4rO2c6c$g! Bottom of Form vishnutharanee. one arm is bent towards the other arm.ice. I'm 15 years in profession.Solution: We know that in an acute angle.. 20 hours ago I'm a teacher. Thus. . After that this new knowledge can be related with the real world for their better understanding also the method of teaching should be interactive. there should be the maximum scope of participation for the student in the software. 2 days. The students should know first the clear idea about the line and its features then how the angle fromed by the lines. this is not the right way to teach about angle.... (teacher) 2 days. 18 hours ago for right angle its 90 degree similarly wat is the degree for acute & obtuse angles Answer pradipuda. the angle represented by the given figure is acute.

. 18 hours ago what is very easy Answer ekam. Geometry (Math) Close . (student) 4 days.Answer hemahuja20... 19 hours ago where r the test papers ? Answer ekam. 19 hours ago what is reflex angle Answer More.... (student) 4 days... (student) 4 days.

In this figure. We can also say that this figure exhibits reflection symmetry. To understand the concept of reflection symmetry. i. the portion on the right hand side of the dotted line is the reflected image. Some figures show rotational symmetry when rotated about a fixed point..Study Material Lesson 3 Go to: View Recent Discussion on this lesson Symmetry Look at this figure.e. . look at the following video. a similar figure is obtained after rotation.

Look at the following video to understand the concept of rotational symmetry. In the figure given at the beginning. the dotted line is the line of symmetry. look at the following video. To understand the concepts of line of symmetry and plane of symmetry. .

Let us now solve some examples to understand this concept better. Example 1: What is the reflected image of the figure. if we place a mirror along the dotted line? Solution: The reflected image of the figure can be drawn as: .

4 days ago what is a vertical symmetry? . Solution: The following figure is obtained after rotating the given figure by half turn: Recent discussion on this lesson Ask your Question N2KneUiehlVz3uRNkzXZr1Zw cd41na3mnM4rO2c6c$g! Bottom of Form hannahmontana123 (student) 1 week.Example 2: Find the figure obtained after rotating the given figure by half turn.

6 days ago can you give me some more examples. 4 days ago how mach is 3/4 Answer . 4 days ago i likk plane of cemetry Answer vaibhavsharma... (student) 1 week. (parent) 2 weeks.Answer nithin2000 (student) 1 week. Answer vivekgandhi (student) 3 weeks. 5 days ago please give some more videos on plane of symetry Answer harsh718.mc...

. In this figure. We can also say that this figure exhibits reflection symmetry. the portion on the right hand side of the dotted line is the reflected image. look at the following video. To understand the concept of reflection symmetry.Geometry (Math) Study Material Close Lesson 3 Go to: View Recent Discussion on this lesson Symmetry Look at this figure.

. i.Some figures show rotational symmetry when rotated about a fixed point.e. Look at the following video to understand the concept of rotational symmetry. a similar figure is obtained after rotation. .

In the figure given at the beginning. . look at the following video. To understand the concepts of line of symmetry and plane of symmetry. the dotted line is the line of symmetry.

if we place a mirror along the dotted line? Solution: The reflected image of the figure can be drawn as: . Example 1: What is the reflected image of the figure.Let us now solve some examples to understand this concept better.

Solution: The following figure is obtained after rotating the given figure by half turn: Recent discussion on this lesson Ask your Question N2KneUiehlVz3uRNkzXZr1Zw cd41na3mnM4rO2c6c$g! Bottom of Form hannahmontana123 (student) 1 week.Example 2: Find the figure obtained after rotating the given figure by half turn. 4 days ago what is a vertical symmetry? .

6 days ago can you give me some more examples. 4 days ago i likk plane of cemetry Answer vaibhavsharma. (parent) 2 weeks.. 5 days ago please give some more videos on plane of symetry Answer harsh718. (student) 1 week.mc.Answer nithin2000 (student) 1 week. 4 days ago how mach is 3/4 Answer ... Answer vivekgandhi (student) 3 weeks..

Geometry (Math) Study Material Close Lesson 4 Go to: View Recent Discussion on this lesson Nets A Net is a two-dimensional figure which can be folded to form a three-dimensional figure. To understand the concept of the net of a cube. look at the following video. To know how the net of a cylinder looks like. look at the following video. .

Look at the following video to know about the net of a cone. .

Let us now solve some examples to understand this concept better. on front face will be Y and on the back face will be A. Example 2: Which shapes are formed by folding the following nets? (i) (ii) . Example 1: The net of the cube is given as follows: If this net is folded to make a cube such that the alphabet R is at the base. then which alphabets will be on the top. the alphabet on the top face will be H. front and back faces of the cube? Solution: The given net of cube has the following orientation: Thus.

(iii) Solution: (i) A cube is formed by folding this net (ii) A cone is formed by folding this net (iii) A cylinder is formed by folding this net .

.Recent discussion on this lesson Ask your Question 7SjcV9R7vw Mu7OGyqjExg1Zw cd41na3mnM4rO2c6c$g! Bottom of Form jeyram13. 5 hours ago i can understand.i like this Answer nithin2000 (student) 1 week... 4 days ago my medium is marathy but stil i can understand the concept Answer sweety4280. 6 days ago my medium is hindi so i cant proper understand the concept Answer .. 2 weeks. 4 days.

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