Cartesian coordinate system
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no, coordinate graph is a graph made on a coordinate plane i.e xy-plane
It is Discrete Graph .
The Golden Rectangle is a geometrical figure whose side lengths are in the golden ratio. It can be made with only a compass and a straight edge.
The American Mathematics Competition 10 (AMC 10) is made up of 25 multiple choice questions (A through E). All questions are worth 6 points if correct, 0 if incorrect, and from 1.5 to 2.5 points if blank depending on the year. Recently the contest has moved toward 1.5 points for a blank answer.
There are infinitely many different plane figures that can be made up of 2-dimensional shapes - provided that they are all in the same plane. There cannot be any 3-dimensional shapes involved.
Spatial figure is a three dimensional figure. It is made up of plane figure whose all sides are joined together to form a close figure
It can be any 2-dimensional figure.
The plane that geometry refers to is not an airplane. A plane is a two-dimensional group of points that goes on infinitely in all directions; made up of infinite line. For example, a rectangle is a plane.
Apsolotely not it is far away from ever being one unless you mechcanicaly pulled both ends of it and streched it out. Dr. Joseph Blue No!Polygon is closed plane figure made up of 3 or more line segments.Sphere is a three-dimensional figure with all points in space at an equaldistance from a fixed point.The fixed point is called as center of the sphere.So, a polygon is a two-dimensional figure and a sphere is a three-dimensional shape.Hence, a sphere is not a polygon.Source: www.icoachmath.com
It is a three dimensional figure of some sort.
It is a figure that is the same as another figure in the plane. A square is the same plane figure as another square, but a cube is same the same plane figure even tho it is made up of 6 squares.
It takes three points to make a plane. The points need to be non-co-linear. These three points define a distinct plane, but the plane can be made up of an infinite set of points.
A plane figure is one that is entirely in one plane. One way to think of that is it can be made to lie flat - no ups or downs. A closed figure is one where you can go around the outside of the figure and return to your starting point - without jumping. If you take any two points - one inside the figure and one outside, then you cannot draw a curve from one to the other without crossing the boundary of the figure.
When a 3-dimensional (solid) object is cut by a plane, the 2-dimensional shape made where the solid object and the plane meet is the cross section.