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Q: Do two dimensional shapes have faces?

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A rectangle is a two-dimensional shape, so it doesn't have faces in the way that three dimensional shapes have. A rectangle has four edges and four corners.

3D shapes are three dimensional, just like 2D shapes are two dimensional.

Any 2-dimensional shape has a vertex where two sides meet.Any 3-dimensional shape has a vertex where three or more faces meet.

Polygons are a special type of 2-dimensional shapes.

a two dimensional one

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A rhombus is a two dimensional figure while the concept of {faces, vertices and edges} is relevant to 3-dimensional shapes.

A polyhedron.

A rectangle is a two-dimensional shape, so it doesn't have faces in the way that three dimensional shapes have. A rectangle has four edges and four corners.

Nobody shapes can be defined as two-dimensional. All people are three dimensional. Nobody shapes can be defined as two-dimensional. All people are three dimensional. Nobody shapes can be defined as two-dimensional. All people are three dimensional. Nobody shapes can be defined as two-dimensional. All people are three dimensional.

Bases are faces but faces are not necessarily bases.

No. A sphere is a three dimensional shape which has no polygonal faces. Similarly an ellipsoid, a torus, a paraboloid, hyperboloid etc are 3-D shapes with no polygonal faces.

a cone

They are closed 3-dimensional shapes with polygonal faces.

triangular pyramaid

For two dimensional shapes, a vertex (plural vertices) is a point where two sides meet.For 3D shapes, a vertex is a point where three or more faces meet.

A three dimensional shape bounded by plane (flat) faces is a polyhedron.

The difference is that two-dimensional shapes have a length and a width while three-dimensional shapes have a length, width, and depth. While some examples of two-dimensional shapes are circle, rectangle, and triangle, example of three-dimensional figures are a sphere, cuboid, and a pyramid.

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