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A solid has \(\underline{\qquad} \) dimensions.
A solid is a threedimensional object.
A point has \(\underline{\qquad} \) dimension.
A point is always dimensionless.
The shape of the base of a Pyramid is:
pyramid base could have any polygon shape.
The boundaries of solid are called:
A surface of shape has:
The edges of the surface are :
Which of these statements do not satisfy Euclidâ€™s axiom?
Which of the following statements are true?
The line drawn from the center of the circle to any point on its circumference is called:
There are \(\underline{\qquad} \) number of Euclidâ€™s Postulates
If C is the mid point of AB, P and Q are mid points of AC and BC respectively Find BQ
If a point C lies in between A and B, what is AC + BC equal to?
If AC = BD, what is the measure of AB?
In ancient India, what are the shapes of altars used for house hold rituals?
In Indus valley civilization what were the dimension of the bricks used for construction work?
How many interwoven isosceles triangles are there in the Atharvaveda?
What is the shape of the side faces of a pyramid?
What is the number of line segments determined by three collinear points?
To which of the following countries did Euclid belong?
What is the number of line segments determined by three given noncollinear points?
Given four points such that no three of them are collinear, what is the number of lines that can be drawn through them?
What is formed when two planes intersect each other?
Which of the following are the three steps from solids to points?
In which of the following forms did Euclid state that if equal are subtracted from equals, the remainders are equal?
Euclid divided his famous treatise. The elements into how many chapters?
If the point F lies in between M and N and C is the mid point of MF. Which of the following is true?
If X, Y, Z are the three points on a line and y lies between X and Z, which of the following is true?
ABCD are four points on a line. If AD = BC which of the following has its length the same as BD?
Things which are \(\underline{\qquad} \) of the same things are equal to one another
If a point R is the mid point of MN, which axiom states that \(\text{MR = NR = }\dfrac{\text{MN}}{2} \)?