Q: What dimensional defines shape?

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It normally defines the shape of an object

A 1 dimensional shape is a line.

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

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.

A 2-dimensional shape is a 'DECAGON'. A 3-dimensional shape is a 'DECAHEDRON'.

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It normally defines the shape of an object

One dimensional is (probably) a line.Two dimensional is a flat plain figure, showing length x width.Three dimensional is a cubic shape, showing length x width x depth.

A 1 dimensional shape is a line.

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

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.

The inside of a two-dimensional shape is called its interior.

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.

A 2-dimensional shape is a 'DECAGON'. A 3-dimensional shape is a 'DECAHEDRON'.

yes, the only one-dimensional shape is a line.

An airfoil is a 2-dimensional shape that defines when built and inserted in a moving fluid will create a "Lift". The airfoil or wing can be used to turn ships or make an airplane fly.

An oval is two-dimensional. An ovoid is a three-dimensional shape based on an oval - like an egg,