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It depends on the shape. The top of a pyramid will be a point (the apex). The top (and bottom) of a prism or an antiprism will be congruent polygons.

Q: What is the top and bottom of a 3 dimensional shape?

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Its a pentagonal prism.

It is sometimes called the base.

The shape is 3 dimensional, the top down view is 2 dimensional.

The net of a 2 dimensional shape can be folded into a 3 dimensional shape

A cube is a 3 dimensional shape

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Its a pentagonal prism.

It is sometimes called the base.

The shape is 3 dimensional, the top down view is 2 dimensional.

The net of a 2 dimensional shape can be folded into a 3 dimensional shape

A box is a 3D shape with 6 rectangles (a box could also include squares). The rectangles are: Top/Bottom/Front/Back/Side/Side

a four dimensional shape cannot exit within our own reality because we live and occupy space in 3 dimensions and no one can change that however we can view 4 dimensional objects in a 3 dimensional world however the object itself is not occupying space in four dimensions but emulating the way it could look in a 3-d world, a 4-d shape is one in which it would exist on 2 separate planes but only occupys one e.g the top of your stairs is also the bottom but when you get there your at the top even though you just walked down.

the 3 dimensional shape is a octagon, because their are 8 sides.

A cube is a 3 dimensional shape

depends on if it is a 2 dimensional shape or 3 dimensional shape. Please be more specific.

A 3 dimensional shape can normally be created from a 2 dimensional net shape of it.

A 3 dimensional figure

Not necessarily, if the 3 dimensional shape is a solid like a chunk of rock (with no cavity or hollow portion) it cannot contain liquid. There needs to be a cavity in the 3 dimensional shape.