Welcome to the **Class 4th Merry Math Solutions** section of our website. In this section, you will find solutions to all the chapters of the **Merry Math IV** textbook of **JKBOSE**. **“Building and Bricks” **is **Chapter 1** from **Merry Math IV **for students of** Class 4th **of **JKBOSE**. This particular post is about **Building and Bricks Class 4 Math JKBOSE Solutions**. You can also check out the solutions of other chapters of the textbook **here**. Let’s get started:

## Building and Bricks Class 4 Math JKBOSE Solutions C

**Page No. 1-2 Solutions**

**Brick Patterns for Jagriti School**

**Which floor pattern do you like the most?**

Ans. I like the pattern 4 the most.

**Have you seen such patterns anywhere?**

Ans. Yes, I have seen such patterns in Jama Masjid.

**Page No. 3 Solutions**

**Which pattern is made in a circle?**

Ans. I observe that pattern J is made in a circle.

**In which pattern can you show mirror halves? Draw a line.**

Ans. In Patterns B, H and I, we can show mirror halves.

**Now you draw some new floor patterns.**

Ans. Here are some new floor patterns.

**Page No. 4 Solutions**

**How to Draw a Brick?**

These are two photos of the same brick.

In one photo we can see only one face of the brick. In the other, we can see three faces.

**Circle the photo showing three faces.**

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**How many faces in all does a brick have?**

Ans. A brick has six faces.

**Is any face a square?**

Ans. No, there is no square face of a brick.

**Draw the smallest face of the brick.**

Ans. The smallest face of the brick.

**Which of these are the faces of a brick? Mark a (√).**

Ans. The faces of brick are coloured and marked.

**Make a drawing of this box to show 3 of its faces.**

Ans.

**Which of these is a drawing of a brick? Mark a (√).**

Ans The drawings of a brick are coloured and marked.

**Can you make a drawing of a brick which shows 4 of its faces? **

Ans. No, we cannot make a drawing of a brick showing 4 of its faces.

**Page No. 5 Solutions**

**A Wall that will not Fall**

One day Muniya and Zainab are playing with bricks and making their walls. Each makes a different wall.

Zainab says her wall will not fall easily. Masons too do not put bricks one on top of the other, as Muniya has done.

**What do you think? Which wall will be stronger?**

Ans. I think that Zainab’s wall will be stronger than Muniya’s wall.

**Different Wall Patterns**

**Here are photos of three kinds of brick walls, can you see the ****the difference in the way the bricks are placed?**

Ans. Yes.

**Now match the photo of each wall with the correct drawing.**

Ans.

**Page No. 6 Solutions**

**Looking Through a Brick ‘Jaali’**

**How many different ‘Jaali’ patterns can you see in these two photos?**

Ans. We can see five Jaali patterns in these two photos.

**Page No. 7 Solutions**

**This is a drawing of another beautiful ‘jaali’.**

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**Now colour some bricks red and make your own ‘Jaali’ patterns in the wall drawn below.**

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**Can you see the window (Jharokha) in this photo of the school?**

Ans. Yes.

**Now draw some jharokha patterns on the wall here. You can shade it black.**

Ans.

**Page No. 8 Solutions**

**Find Out**

**Look for other arches around you and draw them :**

Ans. Photo of an arch.

**Page No. 9 Solutions**

**Have you seen arches in a bridge?**

Ans. Yes, I have seen arches in a bridge.

**Where else have you seen an arch?**

Ans. I have seen an arch in my school, at my home and on a bridge.

**Page No. 10 Solutions**

**Which of these bricks have curved edges?**

Ans. Brick number 1 and 2 from left-hand side top have curved edges.

**How many faces do you see of the longest brick?**

Ans. We can see only two faces of the longest brick.

**Is there any brick which has more than six faces?**

Ans. Yes, there is a brick which has more than six faces.

**Find Out: The Size of a Brick**

**Have you seen bricks of different sizes?**

Ans. Yes, I have seen bricks of different sizes.

**Take one brick and measure it.**

**(a) How long is it?**

Ans. Its length is 9” (9 inch).

**(b) How wide is it?**

Ans. Its width is 4.5″ (4.5 inch).

**(c) How high is it?**

Ans. Its height is 3″ (3 inch).

**Muniya wants to make a wall 1 metre long. How many bricks will she need to put in a line?**

Ans. It depends on the size of the brick If the size of the brick is 8 inches long then she needs 5 bricks but if the size of a brick is 9 inches in length then she needs 4 and a half bricks to make a wall 1 metre long.

**Bricks and Bricks — Hot and Fresh!**

**Can you guess how high is the Chimney here?**

**Is it :**

**(a) about 5 metres?**

**(b) about 15 metres?**

**(c) about 50 metres?**

Ans. The Chimney’s height is about 50 metres.

**Page No. 11 Solutions**

Here are four pictures from the Brick Kiln. These pictures are jumbled up.

**Write the correct order.**

Ans. The correct order is: C, D, B and A.

**Page No. 12 Solutions**

**Find out**

**Look at these photos and guess**

**How many bricks are carried by this truck?**

Ans. 4000 to 5000 bricks.

**Also, find out from a truck driver how many bricks they can carry in one truck.**

Ans. (Do yourself)

**Mental Math: Bhajan Buys Bricks **

Bhajan went to buy bricks. The price was given for one thousand bricks. The prices were also different for different types of bricks.

Old bricks | -3500 for one thousand bricks |

New bricks from Intapur | - 5500 for one thousand bricks |

New bricks from Brickabad | -6000 for one thousand bricks |

**Bhajan decided to buy the new bricks from Brickabad. He bought three thousand bricks.**

**How much did he pay?**

Ans. He paid (6000 × 3) = 18000 for three thousand new bricks.

**Guess what he will pay if he buys 500 old bricks.**

Ans. For 500 old bricks, he will pay = 1750.

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