Q: What are to shapes stuck together called?

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A shape that has a X, Y and Z axis. It has multiple faces and vertices so it looks like lots of two-dimensional shapes stuck together.

Three possibilities that spring to mind are: a diquadrilateral pyramid (two quadrilateral based pyramids with their bases stuck together) or a pentagonal pyramid or a triangular prism.

If they are the same shapes but differ only in size, then they are SIMILAR shapes. Otherwise, they are simply different shapes.

Shapes with straight sides are called polygons

Pentagon

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When all the continents are stuck together, it is called a supercontinent. The most recent supercontinent is known as Pangaea.

Rocks can be naturally stuck together by a couple of different things, including volcanos. Stone that consists of "stuck together" rocks is called conglomerate.

It is called interlocking, where two objects become entwined or stuck together after a collision.

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The force caused by tiny collisions known as microelds on surfaces that are stuck together is called adhesion. This force occurs due to the molecular interactions between the surfaces, causing them to stick together.