Q: What is the 3 dimensional shape of a protein?

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that's theoretical a hyper shape

The order of amino acids for each protein determines its final three-dimensional shape

A 3 dimensional shape can normally be created from a 2 dimensional net shape of it.

A 3 dimensionl shape is polygon.

It is a 3-dimensional space which can be partitioned into simpler 3-d shapes.

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The amino acid gives the protein it's 3-dimensional shape

that's theoretical a hyper shape

The net of a 2 dimensional shape can be folded into a 3 dimensional shape

The order of amino acids for each protein determines its final three-dimensional shape

the 3 dimensional shape is a octagon, because their are 8 sides.

A cube is a 3 dimensional shape

It is called "Denaturing" of proteins.

Tertiary Structure.

A 3 dimensional figure

depends on if it is a 2 dimensional shape or 3 dimensional shape. Please be more specific.

A 3 dimensional shape can normally be created from a 2 dimensional net shape of it.

It is a 3-Dimensional shape.