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Updated from the **new NCERT Book for 2023-24** Batch.

Get solutions to all NCERT Questions of** Chapter 13 Class 7, Visualising Solid Shapes**. All exercise questions and examples have been solved in an easy to understand way.

In the previous classes, we have studied plane figures. Plane Figures are those figures which can be drawn in the paper - like rectangle, circle, triangle square.

In this chapter, we will study

- What are
**solid shapes**- Solid shapes are Three Dimensional Shapes like Cube, Cuboid, Cylinder, Sphere, Pyramid, Cone - Solid Shapes are 3 Dimensional Shapes (
**3D Shapes**), whereas Plane figures are 2 Dimensional Shapes (**2D Shapes**) **Faces (F)**,**Edges (E)**and**Vertices (V)**of a Solid Shape**Nets**for 3 Dimensional Shapes- Drawing Solid Shapes in on a flat surface
**Oblique Sketch****Isometric Sketch**

**Slicing**a 3D shape to visualise it- Visualising a Solid Shape by its
**shadow** **Front view, Top View, Side View**of a 3D object.

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Updated from the **new NCERT Book for 2023-24** Batch.

Get solutions to all NCERT Questions of** Chapter 13 Class 7, Visualising Solid Shapes**. All exercise questions and examples have been solved in an easy to understand way.

In the previous classes, we have studied plane figures. Plane Figures are those figures which can be drawn in the paper - like rectangle, circle, triangle square.

In this chapter, we will study

- What are
**solid shapes**- Solid shapes are Three Dimensional Shapes like Cube, Cuboid, Cylinder, Sphere, Pyramid, Cone - Solid Shapes are 3 Dimensional Shapes (
**3D Shapes**), whereas Plane figures are 2 Dimensional Shapes (**2D Shapes**) **Faces (F)**,**Edges (E)**and**Vertices (V)**of a Solid Shape**Nets**for 3 Dimensional Shapes- Drawing Solid Shapes in on a flat surface
**Oblique Sketch****Isometric Sketch**

**Slicing**a 3D shape to visualise it- Visualising a Solid Shape by its
**shadow** **Front view, Top View, Side View**of a 3D object.

Click on an exercise link below to study from the NCERT Book way.

Or click on a topic below Concept wise to learn the Teachoo way. Check out the concepts, and relevant questions of those concepts.

Check it out now.