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Solid Geometry

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Transcript of Solid Geometry

Surface Area &
Volume
Properties
Nets
Introduction
Pyramid
A net is a 2D plan which can be folded into a 3D object.
Nets are also known as layouts.
Cube
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Avant Garde :-
Fatini and Hanis
PRISMS
Geometric properties of prisms , pyramids , cylinders , cones and spheres
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Solid Geometry was the traditional name for the geometry of 3D Euclidean space - for practical purposes the kind of space we live in
The measurements of volumes of various solid figures like cylinder , cone , sphere and prism are called stereometry.

The pyth-goreans had deal with the sphere and regular solids , but the pyramid , prism , cone and cylinder were not studied until the platunists. One of them was Plato ( 427 - 347 B.C ) , an ancient Greek philosopher.


(a) Uniform cross-section of a polygon

(b) Its end faces are parallel and congruent

(c) It is named by the shape of its base

PYRAMIDS
(a) Has a polygonal base and triangular slanting
faces that meet at a point called vertex

(b) The vertex of a right pyramid is vertically above the centre of its base

CYLINDERS
(a) A curved surface and two parallel congruent circular and faces

(b) The height is the perpendicular distance between the two bases
CONES
(a) A 3D solid with a circular base and its vertex is located vertically above the centre of its base
SPHERES
(a) A solid figure that is completely round and any point on its surface is always at an equal distance from its centre
Prism
Cuboid
Cylinder
Cone
Chapter Summary
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Formulae ;
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