Q: In geometry a solid may exist in 3-d space?

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Yes, in geometry, the concept of space includes three dimensions: length, width, and height. Soils, as physical entities found on Earth, also exist in three dimensions. This means that soils have depth, width, and length, making them three-dimensional objects.

Yes. (The answer may be complicated somewhat in non-Euclidean geometries, but it's possible in Euclidean geometry if the lines are parallel).

It is a shape that occupies a part of the space. It partitions the 3-d space into two parts - which may be considered the inside and outside.It is a shape that occupies a part of the space. It partitions the 3-d space into two parts - which may be considered the inside and outside.It is a shape that occupies a part of the space. It partitions the 3-d space into two parts - which may be considered the inside and outside.It is a shape that occupies a part of the space. It partitions the 3-d space into two parts - which may be considered the inside and outside.

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Yes, in geometry, the concept of space includes three dimensions: length, width, and height. Soils, as physical entities found on Earth, also exist in three dimensions. This means that soils have depth, width, and length, making them three-dimensional objects.

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the solids which have greater melting point may exist as solid layer

yes every solid substance has its interatomic space IT MAY VARY

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Euclid's parallel axiom is false in non-Euclidean geometry because non-Euclidean geometry occurs within a different theory of space. There may be one absolute occurrence in non-Euclidean space where Euclid's parallel axiom is valid. Possibly as some form of infinity.

If space aliens do indeed exist, they exist for the same reasons we exist. Whatver those reasons may be.