A flat surface with an infinite length and width but no depth is called a plane.
The flat surface that goes on and on in all directions has no boundaries. This flat surface is called infinite surface. Accordingly, the answer is that the flat surface that goes on and on in all directions is called an infinite surface.
Dimensions 2D has two dimensions and is flat like paper( Lenght and width) 3D has three dimensions and is not flat like a box (Lenght, width and height)
POINT- it has no lenght, no width and no thickness LINE- it has a lenght but no width and thickness. A line in geometry will always mean a straight line, which extends indifinitely in two opposites directions.. PLANE- it is a flat surface in which any two points are joined by a straight line lying entirely on the surface..
A surface that has length and width.
yes, a plane is a falt surface, because infinite flat surface is a plane.
An infinite flat surface, or an infinite surface with zero curvature.
Mathematically, a cone is infinite and so has no flat surface. The popular cone is actually a truncated cone and does have 1 flat surface.
Length x width = square footage
A plane. Or, to be more exact, an infinite plane.