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A shape in 2D with n sides is called an n-gon. In higher dimensions, a shape with n sides is called an n-sided polyhedron.

A polygon, by definition is a 2d object. In 3-d it would be a polyhedron. There are a number of possible answers. One of them is a pyramid with a hendecagon (11-sided) base.

its if you take a 3D figure and open all of its sides and draw it in 2D so that if you folded it all back up again you would have the original 3D object

A 2D seven sided figure is called a heptagon. A 3D seven faced polygon is called a heptahedron.

No. Paper has thickness. There are thin papers, and very thick construction paper.Also, paper can be folded into a 3-dimensional figure, like an airplane.If you stack alot of sheets of papers on top of each other, it will have a height.

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A dodecahedron is a polyhedron with between 18 and 30 faces.

a 3d object made of 2d faces with all flat sides

An icosahedron is a polyhedron has 20 faces, and is a 3D shape.

Nevermind guys, I learned it in class today, our teacher doesn't inform us on homework very well...Anyways, you make a polyhedron rigid just like a 2d shape, where you add braces and form triangles. Just in this case, you do it on all sides not rigid, not just the one 2d shape.Thanks anyways!~xDragonx

it is a term for a face , its different for all, if the polyhedron is based off a 2d polygon, it is the side with that shape(usualy)(their may be more than one)

bc - 2d is in its simplest form.

If it is folded out it is called a net. It forms two circles and a rectangle.

It is a 3-D shape because a tetrahedron can be folded into a net!

The crumbled. It's more like a ball, unlike the 2D paper. And since you can't keep the paper completely folded, It might as well be in 2nd place.

A shape in 2D with n sides is called an n-gon. In higher dimensions, a shape with n sides is called an n-sided polyhedron.

yaa, you need to master how the formation of a 2D object, then it is very easy to form a 2D object into 3D shapes

2d, or an unfolded version of a shape

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