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Q: What do you call the two dimensional representation of a solid made by cutting the solid at its edges and laying it out flat?

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A 3 dimensional pentagon has 15 edges

None. Edges are one lines (1-dimensional) not shapes like squares (2-dimensional).None. Edges are one lines (1-dimensional) not shapes like squares (2-dimensional).None. Edges are one lines (1-dimensional) not shapes like squares (2-dimensional).None. Edges are one lines (1-dimensional) not shapes like squares (2-dimensional).

I don't think there's a three dimensional rectangle, and if the two dimensional triangle exists in three dimensional space, it would have strange properties because it only has 4 edges. There however, a three dimensional rectangular prism. It has 12 edges.

A 2D square has 4 edges.

A three dimensional triangle is also known as a pyramid. In a triagonal pyramid, there are six edges and four corners.

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A 3 dimensional pentagon has 15 edges

None. Edges are one lines (1-dimensional) not shapes like squares (2-dimensional).None. Edges are one lines (1-dimensional) not shapes like squares (2-dimensional).None. Edges are one lines (1-dimensional) not shapes like squares (2-dimensional).None. Edges are one lines (1-dimensional) not shapes like squares (2-dimensional).

There is no 3 dimensional figure with JUST 3 edges.

I don't think there's a three dimensional rectangle, and if the two dimensional triangle exists in three dimensional space, it would have strange properties because it only has 4 edges. There however, a three dimensional rectangular prism. It has 12 edges.

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. An edge is 1-dimensional, a face is 2-dimensional.

A 2D square has 4 edges.

The answer is a sphere.

A three dimensional triangle is also known as a pyramid. In a triagonal pyramid, there are six edges and four corners.

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.

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