# "Exploring circles through carts and wheels"

In this class on Sub Maths, Mr A K Pathak introduces the topic of circles by examining the many round objects around us and how they can be used to trace circles. Students learn about the properties of circles, including diameter, radius, and chord, using examples of different circles found in real life.

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1. Class: IV Sub: Maths TOPIC: CARTS AND WHEELS Prepared by :Mr A.K. Pathak

2. We can find many such round things around us

3. We can trace a circle with the help of these things

4. Big circle Small circle

5. Properties of Circle O Diameter Radius Chord

6. Centre • Centre: Each point of a circle is at equal distance from a fixed point. The fixed point is called the centre of the circle. • Centre is in the interior part of the circle but centre is not a part of a circle.

7. Radius • The distance from the centre to any point on the circle is called the radius of the circle.

8. Diameter • A line segment passing through the centre and whose end points are on the circle is called the diameter of the circle.

9. Chord • A line segment whose end points are on circle is called a chord. • Diameter is a longest chord of the circle.

10. Circumference • The length of a circle is called a circumference.

11. Assessment Fill in the blanks 1. -------- is not a part of a circle. 2. Centre lies in the -------- part of a circle. 3. Diameter of a circle is ----------- of the radius. 4 . ------------ of the circle is half of its diameter.

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