yes, the only one-dimensional shape is a line.
It normally defines the shape of an object
Two-dimensional shapes are the ones we are most familiar with: squares, circles, triangles, etc. "Two dimensional" means that they have only length and breadth and no depth, which means they can only exist on surfaces.
They're called lines.
The net of a 2 dimensional shape can be folded into a 3 dimensional shape
A 2 dimensional shape that has 12 sides is called a: Dodecagon
The define the shape and size of a three dimensional object.
A trapezoid is a 2 dimensional shape and it is classed as a quadrilateral because it has 4 sides.
depends on if it is a 2 dimensional shape or 3 dimensional shape. Please be more specific.
A 3 dimensional shape can normally be created from a 2 dimensional net shape of it.
Nope - A polygon is a flat, 2-dimensional shape. A Polyhedron is a 3-dimensional shape.