Q: What is the shapes of all the different earths surfaces are called?

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If they are the same shapes but differ only in size, then they are SIMILAR shapes. Otherwise, they are simply different shapes.

A cube has 6 flat surfaces. Most boxes of all shapes also have six flat surfaces

Sphere, ellipsoid, torus, paraboloid, hyperboloid are shapes with only curved surfaces. Hemisphere, quadrant, cone and cylinder are examples of shapes with curved and plane surfaces. There are, of course, many others.

They are said to be similar shapes and have the same interior angles.

Yes - even shapes with different area.

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Shapes have flat surfaces in plane geometry. They can also be described as two dimensional shapes.

If they are the same shapes but differ only in size, then they are SIMILAR shapes. Otherwise, they are simply different shapes.

The different shapes of the moon are called phases.

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A shadow can be called a projection, if you are discussing the way one shape can be transformed into another as a shadow.

Shapes have flat surfaces in plane geometry. They can also be described as two dimensional shapes.

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Rain changes the earths surface by breaking down limestone to form different shapes.

These organisms live in the sea, they are photosynthesising algae and are part of the Earths Phytoplankton. They are called "Diatoms".

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