In mathematics, we use geometry to find solutions that are in geometrical shapes. Geometry is used to define the shapes of different objects and to measures the properties of lines, points, and plane shapes. We have different shapes in geometry namely 2D – shapes and 3D – shapes. Here, you will get the basic knowledge about geometry and the worksheet on fundamental concepts of geometry to practice them.

In this free Fundamental Geometrical Concepts Printable Worksheet pdf, you can learn and practice the fundamental concepts of geometry like lines, points, and plane shapes. Before, starting with the practice sessions using our provided activity sheet on preschool fundamental concepts of geometry let’s have a look at how the basic geometry topics are traced. Just make use of the given basic geometrical concepts tracing sheets for free and it actually helps the students to learn easily and effectively.

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## Basic Geometry Concepts Questions and Answers

1. Draw the line segments GF and FE with the intersection point F.

**Solution:**

To draw a line we should have two endpoints but no need to have any fixed length.

Here, we have two line segments GF and FE to draw but there is an intersection point or midpoint for both the line segments.

Let’s see how the line segment is drawn

2. Draw the line segments for AB and CD.

**Solution:**

To draw a line segment for AB and CD we should have to take two lines.

One is for the line segment AB and another is for the line segment CD.

Let’s draw the line segments for both AB and CD

3. Represent the line, line segment, and ray.

**Solution:**

Let’s see how to represent the line, line segment, and ray.

**Line:
Line Segment:
Ray:
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4. What are the coplanar points and non-coplanar points in the given figures?

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**Solution:**

(i) In this figure, the points of A, B, C, and D are the coplanar points because the points with dots that lie in the same plane are known as coplanar points.

(ii) In the given above shape, the points A, B, and C are coplanar points and M is a non-coplanar point because the points out of the plane are also known as Non-coplanar points. As we can see A, B, C points lie in the same plane so they are coplanar points, also here M lies on the same plane but it is not indicating any point on the plane. So, M is a non coplanar point.

5. Draw the shapes for circle, triangle, and rectangle.

**Solution:**

The following are the representations for circle, triangle, and rectangle.

**Circle:Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Triangle:Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Rectangle:
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6. Find the names for the following shapes?

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**Solution:**

(i) The above shape is Oval. Oval is used to define the curves which are not well defined in geometry.

(ii) The above shape is Square. Square is one of the basic shapes we use in real life.