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Example- 2 dimensional like a square

Example- 3 dimensional like a cube

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A 2-dimensional array is a rectangular arrangement of numbers. There can be multi-dimensional arrays.

It means the outline of a 2 dimensional figure

Perimeter is the distance around a two-dimensional shape.

3 dimensional objects have volume and surface area whereas 2 dimensional shapes have only surface area

Edges are one dimensional objects where two planes meet.

It's the name of a 3 dimensional rounded object with parallel bases

Faces are a term used in Geometry to describe a side on a three-dimensional figure

the amount of space taken up by a 3 - dimensional shape such as a box or a room

A cylinder is a three dimensional shape with a uniform circular cross section and a finite length.

A solid is a 3 dimensional object in terms of math.

in math terms cone means a 3 dimensional figure that is round on the tpo and has a flat bottom, like an ice cream cone.

Area is the extent of 2-dimensional space covered or occupied by a shape.

having three dimensions,such as length,width, and height;solid;not flat

A cubic unit is essentially a three-dimensional unit used to describe volume, just like a square unit is a two-dimensional unit that describes area.

An abscissa is the distance of a point from the vertical axis. In the standard 2-dimensional Cartesian plane, it is the x coordinate.

In 2 dimensional space: a heptagon In 3 dimensional space: a heptahedron.

Because a sphere is a 3 dimensional shape.

Math that requires you to visualize higher dimensional graphs. It is often less algebra and more pictures of geometry.

A paralleogram has no meaning. However, a parallelogram is a four sided plane (2-dimensional) figure which has two pairs of [opposite] sides that are parallel.

They are solid shapes as for example a pyramid

if you mean 1 dimensional inches infinitly many. if you mean 2 dimensional inches 1440000. if you mean 3 dimensional inches none.

Depends on which intersect you are talking about. I am going to assume you mean where a line intersects the axis in a two dimensional plane. An intersect is the point on the x or y axis where a line crosses it.

What does length mean in math

It mean 3 dimensional