# NCERT Solutions For Class 6 Maths Chapter 4 Exercise 4.2

## Ncert Solutions for Class 6 Maths Chapter 4 Basic Geometrical Ideas Exercise 4.2:

Exercise 4.2 Class 6 maths NCERT solutions Chapter 4 Basic Geometrical Ideas Exercise 4.2 Pdf Download:-

CLASS-6 Ex. 4.2 Basic Geometrical Ideas Free pdf Ncert Textbook Solutions
A Line:
Imagine that the line segment from A to B (i.e. AB) is extended beyond A in
one direction and beyond B in the other
direction without any end (see figure). You
now get a model for a line.
Do you think you can draw a complete picture of a line? No. (Why?)
A line through two points A and B is written as AB.
It extends indefinitely in both directions. So it contains a
Two points are enough to fix a line. We say ‘two
points determine a line’.
The adjacent diagram (Fig 4.3) is that of a line
PQ written as PQ. Sometimes a line is denoted by
Curves
Have you ever taken a piece of paper and just doodled? The pictures that
are results of your doodling are called curves.
You can draw some of these drawings without lifting the pencil from the paper
and without the use of a ruler. These are all curves.
‘Curve’ in everyday usage means “not straight”. In Mathematics, a curve
can be straight like the one shown in fig 4.10 (iv).
Observe that the curves (iii) and (vii)  cross themselves,
whereas the curves (i), (ii), (v) and (vi) do not. If a curve does
not cross itself, then it is called a simple curve.
Draw five more simple curves and five curves that are not simple.
Consider these now (Fig 4.11).
What is the difference between these
two? The first i.e. Fig 4.11 (i) is an
open curve and the second i.e. Fig 4.11(ii)
is a closed curve. Can you identify some
closed and open curves from the figures
(i), (ii), (v), (vi)? Draw five curves
each that are open and closed.
Position in a figure
A court line in a tennis court divides it into three parts : inside the line, on the
line and outside the line. You cannot enter inside without crossing the line.
A compound wall separates your house