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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Basic Geometrical Ideas

Draw a line l take any three points A B and c on it measure the length AB BC and AC using a ruler verify that A b + BC= AC A c- A B =bc  AC - bc =AB   

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Basic Geometrical Ideas

How many points are enough to fix a line?

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Basic Geometrical Ideas

The following figure shows a pair of

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Basic Geometrical Ideas

Draw a ray OP and line segment RS.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Basic Geometrical Ideas

In the given figure name the following. a) five points b) four rays c) two straight lines d) six line segments

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Basic Geometrical Ideas

Classify the following into a line, line segment and ray.

 
straight a right parenthesis stack space AC with bar on top space space straight b right parenthesis space MN with left right arrow on top space straight c right parenthesis space AB with bar on top space straight d right parenthesis space DE with left right arrow on top space straight e right parenthesis space ST with bar on top space straight f right parenthesis space PN with rightwards arrow on top

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Basic Geometrical Ideas

1) Write the pairs of parallel lines in the above figure.

2) Which is the point of intersection of the stack A B with left right arrow on top space a n d space stack X Y. with left right arrow on top

3) Write down all the points of intersection of the lines in the figure.

 

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Basic Geometrical Ideas

Name the line segments in the following figures.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Basic Geometrical Ideas

Answer the following questions with the help of the figure given below :   (i) name the transversal (ii) identify any two vertically opposite angles (iii) name any two corresponding angles (iv) name any two alternate angles

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Basic Geometrical Ideas

Draw a rough figure and label the following a. Line l contains point A but not B b. Lines p and q intersect at point o c. Rays PQ and QR meet to form angle PQR

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Basic Geometrical Ideas

Categorize the following in terms of line, line segment, ray, point, point of intersection on the basis of the following figure (a) LM (b) MR, OP, ON (c) LR (d) O (e) O, L, M, R

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Basic Geometrical Ideas

What are parallel lines? Does the distance between them vary over their length?

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Basic Geometrical Ideas

Answer the following for two lines shown below (a) What are the points that lie on the two lines? Whether the lines would intersect?

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Basic Geometrical Ideas

Draw two line segments and state features of a line segment in terms of (a) Its endpoints (b) Extension on both sides

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Basic Geometrical Ideas

State two features of a point?

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Basic Geometrical Ideas

Answer the following questions for the given figure. (a) What are lines p, q, and r called? (b) What is the point at which they meet called? Label it on the figure. (c) How many lines can pass through the labeled point?

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