Q: What are the differences between a polygon and a solid shape?

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It is a pyramid.

It is a pyramid.

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the difference between a two dimensional shape and and a solid is that a two dimensional shape is plane and a solid you can see the whole shape a the inside.

No. A polygon is a plane area bounded by straight lines. The key term in this context is "plane". It is, therefore, 2 -dimensional shape. A solid, which is bounded by faces that are polygons, is called a polyhedron (plural = polyhedra).

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It is a pyramid.

It is a pyramid.

the difference between a two dimensional shape and and a solid is that a two dimensional shape is plane and a solid you can see the whole shape a the inside.

Well a solid shape with five sides is called a polygon! * * * * * Totallly wrong answer! It is a pentahedron. That could be a triangular prism or a quadrilateral pyramid.

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No. A polygon is a plane area bounded by straight lines. The key term in this context is "plane". It is, therefore, 2 -dimensional shape. A solid, which is bounded by faces that are polygons, is called a polyhedron (plural = polyhedra).