2dimensional is flat. like a painting.or a piece of paper no depth. 3demensional is like earth, depth distance ll that stuff like a 3d game or a cube
As a programmer, I can say that it's quite hard to program reflection in games. In 2Dimensional games it's easier, but in a 3Dimensional program, the programmers got to calculate the reflections which depends on from which angle you see the mirror, and the mirror's angle. And if it wouldn't be hard, here comes that everything is in 3D.
It is a 3-Dimensional shape.
A circle is 2dimensional while a sphere is 3 dimensional.
Sphere, cylinder and a cone
mostly sculpture. this could be stone, ceramic (clay), or metal work.
there are programs called solid works and catia made just for 3d models.
no, it is sphere is not a perfect circle. because sphere is 3dimensional figure and circle is 2 dimensional figure
Draw the globe stand, then place the globe in it. Then draw the landmarks and do some shading to make the globe look 3Dimensional.
in mathematics the cross products are the binary operation on two vectors in a 3dimensional Euclidean space that results in another vector which is perpendicular to the containing the 2 inputs vector.
A pentagonal prism, a hexagonal pyramid, a cube with one vertex (corner) cut off, a tetrahedron with three vertices cut off - these are some of the possibilities.
yes, nisa is very good for analysing any 3dimensional object and its handling is very easy ie you can learn its basics in two or three days.
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Probably means 3 (as in 3dimensional).(Bad terminology on maths' part it means a non-2d graph but 3d is still planar, just in 3 different dimensions)
Red blood cells, White blood cells, bone cells, nerve cells, muscle cells, bone cells and brain cells.
Animal Cells. Sloths are mammals; their cells are not dissimilar to human cells. They have all the usual kinds, muscle cells, blood cells, nerve cells, fat cells, bone cells, liver cells, skin cells, and so forth.
Some examples of plant cells are : Parenchyma Cells, Collenchyma Cells, Sclerenchyma Cells, and water conducting cells. Animal cells are nerve cells, muscle cells, and skin cells.
the stems cells are called Blood Cells , Nerve Cells, cardiac cells and liver cells.
yes cells are cells
no cells do not have cells
bone cells, blood cells, hair cells, and many other cells.