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Q: What does 3 dimensional square mean in math?

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No, a square is a two dimensional plane figure.

It's the name of a 3 dimensional rounded object with parallel bases

3 dimensional objects have volume and surface area whereas 2 dimensional shapes have only surface area

yes it is * * * * * No IT IS NOT! A square is a 2-dimensional figure whereas a prism is a 3-dimensional shape!

No. A square is a 2-dimensional figure. A cube is a 3-dimensional figure whose faces are all squares.

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Example- 2 dimensional like a square Example- 3 dimensional like a cube I hope this answers your question! :D

When you multiply a number by itself, you square the number. The square of 3 is 9.

No, a square is a two dimensional plane figure.

It's the name of a 3 dimensional rounded object with parallel bases

A solid is a 3 dimensional object in terms of math.

no. a square is a 2 dimensional object and a cube is 3 dimensional

A cube is 3 dimensional whereas a square is 2 dimensional

3 dimensional objects have volume and surface area whereas 2 dimensional shapes have only surface area

the amount of space taken up by a 3 - dimensional shape such as a box or a room

A square is 2, but a cube is 3.

A square is a 2-dimensional figure, a cuboid is 3-dimensional.

There isno such thing as a 3 dimensional square, as they are two dimensional.

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