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Which of these applies to form one-dimensional two-dimensional or three-dimensional?

two-dimensionalOn a+ the answer is three-dimensional


What is a three dimensional figure that has faces with more than one dimensional figure?

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


How can you represent three dimensional figures with two dimensional drawings?

For example, if you keep on stacking squares (two dimensional figure) on top of one another, it will slowly form a cuboid (three dimensional figures). There is a mathematical way of calling it. Google it!


Is 'one-dimensional' length or width?

One dimensional is a line between two points with a length. Two dimensional is a form like a circle or square with a length and width. Three dimensional is a form like a sphere or cube with a length, width and height. Four dimensional is a form that changes with time. Five dimensional is a form that changes over time and space.


What are one-dimensional figure and have infintie length?

Lines! Yes, they are one-dimensional. Points are zero dimensional, planes are two-dimensional, and prisms and such are three dimensional.


What three dimensional shape has three faces?

There are no three dimensional shape that only has three faces. The least umber of faces a three dimensional shape can have is five.


Should the average amount of water drunk by men and women in a day be represented on a graph as one-dimensional two-dimensional or three-dimensional?

Three


Is a cube one dimensional?

No, a cube is three dimensional. (A "line" is one-dimensional; one dimension, it's just a length), a square is the two-dimensional (width and height) "version" of a cube).


What Three-Dimensional Figure Has One Vertex?

Because the base of a cone is round, it is the only three dimensional figure with only one vertex.


What three things are represented by a plane?

A plane is the two-dimensional analogue of a point (zero dimensions), a line (one dimension) and three-dimensional space.


What does three dimensional character mean in hamlet?

In any play, not just Hamlet, a three-dimensional character is one who appears lifelike, one which has what is called verisimilitude, similarity to life. A two-dimensional character is one which is flat, broadly drawn, stereotypical. A three-dimensional character is not a type he/she appears to be an individual.


What defines shapes one dimensional two dimensional or three dimensional?

One dimensional is (probably) a line.Two dimensional is a flat plain figure, showing length x width.Three dimensional is a cubic shape, showing length x width x depth.


What length can 1m3 concrete covered?

You can not cover a one dimensional LENGTH with a three dimensional VOLUME.


What is one side of a three dimensional shape?

It is a face.


One can use two-dimensional objects to build three-dimensional objects?

Yes, it's true


How are length and volume?

Length is a one dimensional measure of space, volume is three dimensional measure of space.


What does a 2 dimensional array do?

A two dimensional array is a one-dimensional array of one-dimensional arrays. That is, just as we can have an array of integers, we can also have an array of integer arrays. This idea can be extended such that we can have an array of two-dimensional arrays (a three-dimensional array), and so on. We typically use a two-dimensional array to represent a table of rows and columns, where each row is a one-dimensional array.


One can use two-dimensional objects to build three-dimensional objects.?

Only if you have two dimensional objects of specific sizes in specific combinations.


How many cubic km are in 1 m?

There is no answer. You cannot derive a three dimensional value from a one dimensional value.


How many cubic feet are there in a foot?

There is no three-dimensional volume (cubic feet) in a one-dimensional length (foot).


Is surface area the same as volume?

No. How can they be the same, if one of them is a two-dimensional measure, the other a three-dimensional measure.


How many feet are in a cubic foot?

There is no three-dimensional volume (cubic feet) in a one-dimensional length (foot).


What is an three dimensional figure with only one base?

A hemisphere is one example.


What is a three dimensional shape that has one base but no face?

Cone


What three dimensional figure has one square base?

pyramid

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