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A 2-dimensional shape of many sides, such as hexagon, pentagon, and octagone, is called a polygon

There is no such thing as a 3-D hexagon.A regular hexagon will tessellate and so it forms a plane (2-D) surface, not a 3-D shape. A 3-D shape with six faces is a hexahedron and this could be a triangular bipyramid, a parallelepiped or a pentagonal pyramid.

What do you mean by a "3d hexagon"?A hexagon is a two dimensional shape with 6 edges.A hexahedron would be a three dimensional object with 6 faces (a regular one is a cube), and as such has 12 edges.A 3d hexagon has- drum roll please-8 sides!

A three-dimensional circle is called a sphere.

A two-dimensional shape that can be folded into a three-dimensional figure is often called a net.

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A hexagon is a 2-dimensional figure with six sides. In general, a 2-dimensional figure with many sides is called a polygon.

That's like asking "Is a square round or curved ?"You haven't given a choice. "Three dimensional" and "solid"mean exactly the same thing, and a hexagon isn't it.A hexagon is a 2-dimensional, plane figure.

A hexahedron is a three-dimensional geometric shape having six sides; a hexagon is a two-dimensional six-sided shape.

A two-dimensional shape with six sides is a hexagon. A three-dimensional object with six square faces is a hexahedron.

No. A crystal is a 3-dimensional shape, a hexagon is 2-dimensional.

the hexagon divided into three rhombi looks like a box

A 2-dimensional shape of many sides, such as hexagon, pentagon, and octagone, is called a polygon

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you look at the base so that will be the first name andd the figures beside the base will be either a prism(rectanular) or a pyramid(triangular), you find out which one is that, and then that's the second name(ex; its shaped triangular, and the base is a hexagon then the three-dimensional figure will be called a hexagon pyramid...

There is no such thing as a 3-D hexagon.A regular hexagon will tessellate and so it forms a plane (2-D) surface, not a 3-D shape. A 3-D shape with six faces is a hexahedron and this could be a triangular bipyramid, a parallelepiped or a pentagonal pyramid.

A hexagonal prism.

A hexagon, if flat (two-dimensional).

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