Balbharti Maharashtra State Board Class 6 Maths Solutions covers the Std 6 Maths Chapter 18 Three Dimensional Shapes Class 6 Practice Set 41 Answers Solutions.

## 6th Standard Maths Practice Set 41 Answers Chapter 18 Three Dimensional Shapes

Question 1.

Write the number of faces, edges and vertices of each shape in the table.

Solution:

Name |
Cylinder |
Cone |
Pentagonal pyramid |
Hexagonal pyramid |
Hexagonal prism |
Pentagonal prism |

Faces |
3 (2 flat + 1 curved) | 2 (1 flat + 1 curved) | 6 (5 triangles + 1 pentagon) | 7 (6 triangles + 1 hexagon) | 8 (6 rectangles + 2 hexagons) | 7 (5 rectangles + 2 pentagons) |

Vertices |
0 | 1 | 6 | 7 | 12 | 10 |

Edges |
2 (circular) | 1 (circular) | 10 | 12 | 18 | 15 |

**Maharashtra Board Class 6 Maths Chapter 18 Three Dimensional Shapes Practice Set 41 Questions and Activities**

Question 1.

- Take a rectangular sheet.
- Bring together its opposite sides. What shape does it form? (Textbook pg. no. 94)

Solution:

It forms a hollow cylinder.

Question 2.

- Take a cylindrical tin.
- Take a rectangular sheet with one side equal to the height of the tin.
- Wrap it around the tin to cover it completely and cut away the extra paper.
- Then unfold it and spread it out on a table.
- Take another sheet. Place the tin on it and draw its circular outline.
- Cut away the paper around it. Cut out another circle like this one.
- Place these discs next to the rectangular paper as shown in the given figure. Which figure is obtained? (Textbook pg. no. 94)

Solution:

The figure obtained is the net of the closed cylinder.

Question 3.

Can you tell? (Textbook pg. no. 95)

When playing carom, you make a pile of the pieces as shown in the picture. What is the shape of this pile?

If you place a number of CD’s or round biscuits one on top of the other, what shape do you get?

Solution:

In all the cases, it will form a cylindrical shape (2 circular faces and 1 curved surface).

Question 4.

- Draw a net as shown in figure (a) on a card sheet and cut it out.
- Fold along the dotted lines of the square and bring the sides together so that the vertices A, B, C and D meet at a point.

What shape does it form? (Textbook pg. no. 95)

Solution:

The given net forms a quadrangular pyramid.

Question 5.

- Draw a net as shown in figure (a) on a card sheet and cut it out.
- Fold along the dotted lines of the triangle and bring the sides together so that the vertices A, B and C meet at a point.

What shape does it form? (Textbook pg. no. 95)

Solution:

The given net forms a triangular pyramid.

Question 6.

- Using a compass draw a circle with centre C on a paper.
- Draw two radii CR and CS.
- Cut out the circle.
- Cut along the radii and obtain two pieces of the circle.
- Bring together the sides CR and CS of each piece.

On completing the activity, what shapes did you get? (Textbook pg. no. 95)

Solution:

On completing the activity, we get an open cone.