Q: What is the name of a shape bounded by ordered pairs?

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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.

142 * * * * * What?! A hexagon is a polygon - a closed plane shape - which is bounded by six straight lines. The name comes from the Greek prefix hex- for six.

It could be an arrowhead or a kite.

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Cartesian product is the name that refers to the set of the ordered pairs. The Cartesian product of two sets A and B is AB.

I am in 5th grade

N-gon for a closed plane figure bounded by straight line segments as sides, or otherwise try just "Shape"

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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.

parallelogram

A parallelogram or kite.

142 * * * * * What?! A hexagon is a polygon - a closed plane shape - which is bounded by six straight lines. The name comes from the Greek prefix hex- for six.

It is a shape which has two pairs of PARALLEL sides. Parallel sides - parallelogram. Get it?

It could be an arrowhead or a kite.

a parallelogram, maybe?

There are lots of different quadrilaterals that do not have two pairs of parallel sides: a kite, arrowhead, trapezium, and a shape which has no specific name.