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A brick is an example of a

(a)cube

(b)cuboid

(c)prism

(d)cylinder

Answer:

The option (b) is the correct answer. A brick is an example of a cuboid.

"Today we'll discuss a big is an example of which structure is it a cube cuboid prism or a cylinder? Let's try to compare a standard brick sighs has already given on your screen. You can have a look at it. The standard precise has 240 millimeter length 1 1 12 millimeter bread and 70 millimeter height. So in general we can say Q has length into breadth into height. So since it has three different dimensions, it is not a q because Q has all the rights equal prism prism has slanting hidell.
And as you can see, there is no slant height. So this is not a prism and cylinder has straight vertical pipeline structure. So as you can see in the image of brick, this is not a cylinder at any case so bring is an example of cuboid. So keyboard is the correct answer. That's all for this question. If you have any queries, feel free to comment below and subscribe to the channel for all the views updates. Thank you."

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