A quadrilateral is a closed, two-dimensional form with four straight sides. The quadrilaterals are discussed in this chapter. Quadrilaterals occur in various shapes and sizes, depending on the angles and lengths of their sides. Quadrilaterals include the kite, rhombus, trapezium, square, rectangle, and parallelogram. A quadrilateral is made up of four sides, four angles, and four vertices. A quadrilateral's internal angles add up to 360 degrees.
The chapter deals with the properties of the special quadrilaterals, which include the parallelogram, rhombus, square and rectangle. The chapter introduces these figures to the students and elaborates on their angles, sides and properties of diagonals. There are questions based on these concepts throughout the exercises, and the students need to practice to understand the chapter completely. These concepts are tough to understand however they are very important to understand the higher grade concepts of geometry that play an important role in higher mathematics.
For pupils in Class 6, RS Aggarwal is usually the book of choice. Although most students can complete the activities in each chapter, which will be sufficient for a passing grade, there are many students with trouble solving activities because they don't know where to go if they get stuck. Because many of the exercises contain tough questions that the students need to solve to understand the chapter fully, external help is needed. In this case, a student will benefit from solutions that offer detailed explanations. Consequently, the RS Aggarwal Class 6 Chapter 17 Solutions have been made available to students by the Aakash institution.