A net for the 3D shape.
All of those are 3-dimensional shapes.
A two-dimensional shape that can be folded into a three-dimensional figure is often called a net.
Nope. Prisms are three-dimenional and polygons are two-dimensional.
yes, a solid such as the marble, does not change its shape and does not take the shape of its container.Yes a solid will have a three dimensional shape ie length, breadth and height.
A solid shape.
it is called a net
If you had a 3D shape made out of paper, that was all folded and taped together, and you pulled the tape off and layed the figure out flat, then you would get the net of the three dimensional solid.
THE three properties are solids,liquids and gases, The liquid has no shape but has a volume The solid has a shape and a volume THe gas have no shape or volume
a polyhedron * * * * * That is only if it is bounded by plane faces. A sphere, for example, is a three dimensional shape but is not a polyhedron: it is a solid shape.
The main difference between a polygon and a solid shape is that polygons are two dimensional. In contrast, solid shapes are three dimensional objects.
The volume of a three dimensional shape, not allowing for cavities within it.
solid -has definite shape and volume liquid -has no definite shape but has definite volume gas -has no definite shape and volume
A polygon is a two-dimensional shape. A cube has three dimensions, and is thus not a polygon.A three-dimensional solid shape (such as a cube) is called a polyhedron.
In physics, a solid is a substance or material that has a definite size and shape. In Geometry, a solid is a body or geometric figure having three dimensions.
The three states of matter is solid, liquid, and gas and solid mean thick it has definite shape, mass, and other thing i forgotLiquid means that it has the shape of it's containerGas is the air we breathe
they have a definite shape, the molecules are packed tight and it has volume and mass