Q: Is cube a rigid shape

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This is a misguided question since a pentagon is NOT a rigid shape.

A rigid shape is when you cant push/pull on it and make it turn into a different shape. You can make shapes rigid by adding "braces", which are lines that you put inside the shape to make triangles (which are rigid). For instance, a square is notrigid. To make it rigid, you would put a brace inside diagonally. This would create TWO triangles, and therefore, rigid. ~xDragonx

It is a 2D shape

a non rigid is a square and a hexagon

Its shape

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An ice cube is a solid. It is made up of water molecules that have arranged themselves into a rigid structure with a fixed volume and shape.

No

yes a pentagon is a rigid shape * * * * * I am afraid that it is not.

This is a misguided question since a pentagon is NOT a rigid shape.

A rigid shape is when you cant push/pull on it and make it turn into a different shape. You can make shapes rigid by adding "braces", which are lines that you put inside the shape to make triangles (which are rigid). For instance, a square is notrigid. To make it rigid, you would put a brace inside diagonally. This would create TWO triangles, and therefore, rigid. ~xDragonx

liquids are Not rigid in shape, but DO have a fixed volume

It is a 2D shape

a non rigid is a square and a hexagon

No it is not: any shape with four or more sides which are connected pair-wise is not rigid.

No it is not: any shape with four or more sides which are connected pair-wise is not rigid.

Its shape

When an ice cube melts, its state changes from solid to liquid, it loses its rigid shape and becomes fluid, and its temperature rises to 0°C as it absorbs heat from its surroundings.