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Q: Are there any three dimensional figures that have 2 edges?

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Any convex three dimensional figure with straight edges (or plain faces) will have polygons for bases so there is an infinity of such shapes.

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Yes, an example of this is a sphere which does not have any edges. If you had intended to ask if there are any polyhedra with less than three edges, the answer to that would be no, as the only figure constructable from three distinct lines is a triangle.

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an parallelogram :) plane figure, any polygon

Two dimensional means it exist in only two dimensions, length and height. In geometry, some examples of two dimensional figures are; circles, squares, rectangles, and any polygon. The only conventional dimension these figures do not have is depth.

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Any solid figure.

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