Q: What are one dimensional characters?

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All three dimensional figures have more faces than a one dimensional figure. There are an infinite number of one dimensional points on a three dimensional figure

No, a cube is three dimensional. (A "line" is one-dimensional; one dimension, it's just a length), a square is the two-dimensional (width and height) "version" of a cube).

None. Edges are one lines (1-dimensional) not shapes like squares (2-dimensional).None. Edges are one lines (1-dimensional) not shapes like squares (2-dimensional).None. Edges are one lines (1-dimensional) not shapes like squares (2-dimensional).None. Edges are one lines (1-dimensional) not shapes like squares (2-dimensional).

A line segment is the only one-dimensional figure.

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Tired plots and one-dimensional characters

These books would not contain tired plots and one-dimensional characters.

Lines! Yes, they are one-dimensional. Points are zero dimensional, planes are two-dimensional, and prisms and such are three dimensional.

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All three dimensional figures have more faces than a one dimensional figure. There are an infinite number of one dimensional points on a three dimensional figure

zero-dimensional examples: Endpoints of edges (vertices and corners) Zero-dimensional figures lie in two-dimensional planes. one-dimensional examples: Edges of figures (sides and arcs) One-dimensional figures lie in two-dimensional planes.

two-dimensionalOn a+ the answer is three-dimensional

No, a cube is three dimensional. (A "line" is one-dimensional; one dimension, it's just a length), a square is the two-dimensional (width and height) "version" of a cube).

None. Edges are one lines (1-dimensional) not shapes like squares (2-dimensional).None. Edges are one lines (1-dimensional) not shapes like squares (2-dimensional).None. Edges are one lines (1-dimensional) not shapes like squares (2-dimensional).None. Edges are one lines (1-dimensional) not shapes like squares (2-dimensional).

Lines are one-dimensional objects but they can be in 2-dimensional - or even 20-dimensional) space.

Powder is two dimensional