The objects we see around us can be seen by looking closely, they each occupy some space, and they are called solid body in the language of geometry. That is, the solid body occupies space. Each solid object must have three dimensions. Namely – length, width and height. So the solid object is three-dimensional.
Examples of solid body are houses, books, books, chairs, chairs, pencils, etc.
Definition of Solid Body
The objects or substances that occupy some space and which have length, width, and height are called cubes.
Different types of Solid Figures
There are two types depending on the shape – Regular Solid and Irregular Solid.
Regular Solid
The solids that are consistent are called regular solid. Examples – balls, bricks, books, books, etc.
Irregular Solid
Unbalanced exterior objects are called irregular solid. Examples – broken bricks, mountains, pieces of coal, etc.
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