There are different kinds of space figures. The names of these space figures are rectangular prisms, cubes, pyramids, and cylinder.
Different figures have different formulae; here you will find formulae for the areas of some figures: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Area#Formulae
the different kinds of mirrors were the plane mirrors, curve mirrors or concave and convex mirror.
polygon of more than 4 sides and a triangle.
Conic Sections are figures that can be formed by slicing a three dimensional right circular cone with a plane. There are different ways to do this, and each way yields a different figure. These figures can be represented on the graph as well as algebraically. The four conic sections are circles, ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas.
All different kinds of material, but mostly plastic
The number of plane figures that can be traced, is that every plane figure can be traced!
Yes, plane figures are flat, not 3-dimensional shapes.
the area and perimeter of the plane figures are square ,rectangle
There are different formulae for different plane figures. Since there are infinitely many possible shapes there are infinitely many formulae.
Plane figures are those that have a length and width but no height. they are two dimensional or flat.
Plane figures are flat (2-dimensional) shapes.
the any sides of figures.....
rectangular prism, cube, cylinder, sphere, pyramid etc.
There are infinitely many plane figures, not just five! A circle, ellipse, A triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, heptagon, octagon, and on and on. And then there are mixed figures such as a semicircle, a segment of an ellipse. Not forgetting plane figures that have "random" boundaries.
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