Shaping Your Understanding: 3D Spheres, Cones, Cuboids, and More

## Description

1. What is meant by Sphere?

2. What is the difference between Sphere and Hemisphere?

3. How many faces does a sphere and hemisphere have?

4. What are the examples of spheres in the real world?

5. What is the formula for calculating the surface area of sphere?

6. If the radius of a sphere is doubled, what will happen to its surface area?

7. How can we calculate the volume of a sphere?

8. What is meant by Hemisphere?

9. What are the examples of Hemispheres in the real world?

10. What is the formula for calculating the curved surface area and total surface area of a hemisphere?

11. What formula is used to determine the volume of a

12. Hemisphere and how is it related to the volume of sphere?

13. What is the meaning of a Cone?

14. How to calculate the surface area of a cone by making use of the height, radius, and slant height of the cone?

15. What is the relationship between height, radius and

16. Slant height of a cone?

17. How to calculate the cost of the canvas required to make the tent?

18. How to calculate the cost of white-washing the curved surface of a cone?

19. What is the difference between Right Circular cone and Oblique cone.

20. What is meant by height and slant height of a right circular cone.

21. What is the formula to calculate the slant height of a right circular cone, and

22. The students will understand with the help of examples as to how they can calculate the volume of a cone.

23. What is the meaning of a cube?

24. What are the various properties of a cube?

25. What is the formula to calculate the total surface area and curved surface area of a cube?

26. How a cube is different from a cuboid?

27. What are the real world examples of cubes?

28. How to calculate the volume of a cube?

29. What a cuboid is.

30. How to calculate the volume, total surface area, and lateral surface area of a cuboid.

31. How to calculate the area of four walls of a room.

32. How to calculate the length of diagonal of a cuboid.

## Who this course is for:

- Students and any individual who enjoys learning about various mathematical concepts