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Q: What are the one dimensional figures?

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A line.

Figures that have no perimeter such as a strairght line or the arc of a circle

All three dimensional figures have more faces than a one dimensional figure. There are an infinite number of one dimensional points on a three dimensional figure

Edges or sides? There are 3D figures with one side and one edge.

For example, if you keep on stacking squares (two dimensional figure) on top of one another, it will slowly form a cuboid (three dimensional figures). There is a mathematical way of calling it. Google it!

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zero-dimensional examples: Endpoints of edges (vertices and corners) Zero-dimensional figures lie in two-dimensional planes. one-dimensional examples: Edges of figures (sides and arcs) One-dimensional figures lie in two-dimensional planes.

No, they are two-dimensional.

Yes, they do exist.

A line.

zero-dimensional examples: Endpoints of edges (vertices and corners) Zero-dimensional figures lie in two-dimensional planes. one-dimensional examples: Edges of figures (sides and arcs) One-dimensional figures lie in two-dimensional planes.

a ray and a line

Figures that have no perimeter such as a strairght line or the arc of a circle

2 dimensional figures just have width and length, if you were to add the height dimension it would become 3 dimensional.

figures what are 3D

All three dimensional figures have more faces than a one dimensional figure. There are an infinite number of one dimensional points on a three dimensional figure

3dimentional figures are solid figures.

Edges or sides? There are 3D figures with one side and one edge.

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