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Q: What are the different spatial figures shape?

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The answer depends on what characteristic of the spatial figures you want a formula for. Furthermore, it is very likely that you will require a different formula for different shapes.

Spatial figures are 3 dimensional and they include pyramids, cones, cylinders, prisms, cubes and spheres.

There are infinitely many spatial figures. I is not possible to draw or describe them.

bakit ayaw nyo magpakita ng spatial figures

the spatial figures are cone,cube,cylender,sphere,pyramid.........

Spatial figures are 3 dimensional some of which are pyramid, cone, cuboid, cylinder and a sphere.

rectangular prism,cube,cylinder,sphere,pyramid

There are infinitely many spatial figures and it is not possible to give a comprehensive answer. For a partial answer, see the following link. However, the link is concerned only with polyhedra. There are other spatial figures - like spheres and ellipsoid etc.

They are 'similar' figures.

the study of geometric properties and spatial relations unaffected by the continuous change of shape or size of figures.

Spatial figures are figures that are three dimensional. Some examples of spatial figures include cubes, cylinders, cones, prisms, pyramids, spheres and rectangular prisms. You can get some more details about these figures on Psychometric Success website.

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They are similar figures.

figures that are the same shape but different sizes

cone,pyramid,sphere,cylinder,cube and rectangular prism

rectangular prism, cube, cylinder, sphere, pyramid etc.

Hexagon,octagon,nonagon,are a few figures with the same shape but may have a different size. * * * * * Two or more figures of the same shape but with different sizes are said to be similar.

Similar figures.

The official definition for topology is "the study of geometric properties and spatial relations unaffected by the continuous change of shape or size of figures."

similarity

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Similar figures are polygons with the same shape but a different size. eg: 5cm square compared to a 10cm square = similar figures. Same shape but different size.

Similar figures are polygons with the same shape but a different size. eg: 5cm square compared to a 10cm square = similar figures. Same shape but different size.