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Q: What is a three dimensional figure that has faces with more than one dimensional figure?

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no it is a 4 dimensional figure not a 3 dimensional figure * * * * * No. A quadrilateral is a two dimensional figure. It has a length and a breadth and no more.

2 dimensional (plane) figures can have three or more straight edges as sides. 3 dimensional (solid) figures can have four or more plane sides (faces). They can have fewer sides if the sides are not straight.

rectangular prism

They are the points where three (or more) planes (or faces of the shape) meet.

were two or more faces of a solid figure

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no it is a 4 dimensional figure not a 3 dimensional figure * * * * * No. A quadrilateral is a two dimensional figure. It has a length and a breadth and no more.

A closed three-dimensional figure formed by four or more polygons that intersect only at their edges is called a polyhedron. It contains flat faces, straight edges, and sharp corners or vertices.

2 dimensional (plane) figures can have three or more straight edges as sides. 3 dimensional (solid) figures can have four or more plane sides (faces). They can have fewer sides if the sides are not straight.

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rectangular prism

They are the points where three (or more) planes (or faces of the shape) meet.

were two or more faces of a solid figure

pyramid

Three dimensional objects have edges, vertices and faces. A face is a plane surface which forms a boundary of the shape. Two faces meet along a line which is an edge. Three or more faces meet at a point which is a vertex.

Square-based pyramid. * * * * *More generally, a quadrilateral based pyramid.

An ellipsoid is a three dimensional figure whose plane sections are ellipses or circles. The Earth is an ellipsoid because it is a three dimensional shape, more specifically a sphere.

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