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A plane

Q: What is a flat surface that has infinite length and width but no thickness or height?

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This would be a line, which has no width, no thickness and no endpoints, but has infinite length.

A line fits this description.

Plane

It is 2*(Length*Breadth + Breadth*Height + Height*Length).

To get the surface area, someone had to multiply length times width. So what we would need to do is take our surface area, divide by our height, which is our width, and get our length. So if SA stood for surface area, and h stood for height, we'd take SA/h to get the length.

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A point has no length, width, or thickness. A line has infinite length but no width or thickness. A plane has infinite length and width but no thickness.

A line has infinite length, no width, no thickness, and no endpoints.

This would be a line, which has no width, no thickness and no endpoints, but has infinite length.

Volume= Length x Height x thickness = Mass ---------- Density So, Thickness = Mass ---------------------------------- Density x Length x Height

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It's a 'line'.

Length

A line fits this description.

It is the parallel lines in Geometry!

No that would be a line

It is Length.

That is called a line.