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Grade 3 - Mathematics
8.13 Solids

  1. Three dimensional figures are called solids.
  2. A flat surface on a solid is called a face.
  3. The line segment where two faces meet in solids is called edge.
  4. The point at which edges meet is called a vertex.

Directions: Answer the following. Also draw at least ten examples of solids of your own.

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Grade 3 - Mathematics
8.13 Solids

Q 1: A flat surface of a solid is called a
edge
face
vertex

Q 2: The line segment where two faces meet in solids is called
a face
a vertex
an edge
a line

Q 3: A sphere has
0 faces
1 face
2 faces
3 faces

Q 4: A sphere has
infinite edges
2 edge
1 edge
0 edge

Q 5: The point of a cone is called a
edge
point
face
vertex

Q 6: Edges come together at a
vertex
line
edge
face

Q 7: Which is not a solid
triangular pyramid
cylinder
rectangle
rectangular prism

Q 8: Solids have curved surfaces and some solids have flat surfaces. A flat surface on a solid is called a
edge
face
vertex

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