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If you're thinking of a polyhedron like one of the platonic solids, then I believe the faces are called "hedra" or "hedron" singular.

Q: What is the flat surface of a three dimensional figure in the shape of a polygon called?

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It is a face of the 3-d figure.

A polygon is a 2-dimensional figure, a solid is 3-dimensional.

A polygon is a Two dimensional figure that is closed.

a polygon(or polyhedron) is a three dimensional figure that has straight edges. * * * * * A polygon is 2 dimensional, a polyhedron is 3-d.

A polygon is a two-dimensional figure. Therefore a cube is not a polygon.

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It is a face of the 3-d figure.

A polygon is a 2-dimensional figure, a solid is 3-dimensional.

No. A polygon is a 2-dimensional figure. A polyhedron is 3-dimensional.

A hexagon is a 2-dimensional figure with six sides. In general, a 2-dimensional figure with many sides is called a polygon.

Every polygon is 2-dimensional.

A polygon is a Two dimensional figure that is closed.

A plane figure.

No. A polygon is a plane figure - i.e. it is 2-dimensional A cone is a solid figure - i.e it is 3-dimensional

No.

Do you mean a polygon? A polygon is a two-dimensional figure.

A polygon is a 2-dimensional figure.

it's called a face