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Its main application is in finding the volumes of 3D shapes

A shape is an object with a specific number of sides. Some examples of shapes include circles, squares, triangles, pentagons, and hexagons.

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3d+8=2d-7 3d+8-8=2d-7-8 (substract 8 on both side) 3d=2d-15 3d-2d=2d-2d-15 (substract 2d on both side) d=-15

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There are infinitely many 3d shapes and many of them do not have specific names.

Cubes, pyramids, cones, and spheres are all 3D shapes.

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Polyhedra.

It is impossible to name and draw ALL 3D shapes - there are infinitely many possibilities.

Since there are infinitely many possible shapes, it is impossible to list all shapes here.

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It is not possible to list all 3D shapes since there are an infinite number of them Moreover, their names are not sufficiently systematic to provide an alternative way of enumeration.

Just a few:CylinderCubeSphereCuboidConeTriangular pyramidSquare pyramidTriangular prismHexagonal prism

3D shapes have edges, sides, and intersecting points

Too many. Like spheres, cones, pyramids, prisms.

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