Q: Where do one dimensional figures lie?

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A line segment is the only one-dimensional figure.

A line.

Figures that have no perimeter such as a strairght line or the arc of a circle

All three dimensional figures have more faces than a one dimensional figure. There are an infinite number of one dimensional points on a three dimensional figure

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No, they are two-dimensional.

Yes, they do exist.

A line segment is the only one-dimensional figure.

A line.

a ray and a line

Figures that have no perimeter such as a strairght line or the arc of a circle

2 dimensional figures just have width and length, if you were to add the height dimension it would become 3 dimensional.

All three dimensional figures have more faces than a one dimensional figure. There are an infinite number of one dimensional points on a three dimensional figure

One-dimensional

Edges or sides? There are 3D figures with one side and one edge.