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# Explain solid shapes and plane shapes in math?

Updated: 9/17/2023

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Plane shapes you draw on paper. Solid shapes can be picked up. Examples of plane shapes would be circle, square, triangle, etc.

Examples of solid shapes would be a sphere, a cube, pyramid, and so on. ■

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