There are infinitely many pyramid shapes, and infinitely many prisms, and dipyramids, and, ...I am not foolish enough to even try and name or provide pictures!
No because 2d shapes are plane such as polygons but example of 3d shapes are: pyramid, cone, cuboid, cylinder, sphere ... etc
No, not all three-dimensional shapes have vertices. A vertex is an angle point of any shape. Spheres do not have vertices.
3-d shapes are not made from 2-d shapes. 3-d shapes may have projections onto a plane that are 2-d.
They are points where three or more edges meet.
There are infinitely many 3d shapes and many of them do not have specific names.
Cubes, pyramids, cones, and spheres are all 3D shapes.
Since there are infinitely many possible shapes, it is impossible to list all shapes here.
It is not possible to list all 3D shapes since there are an infinite number of them Moreover, their names are not sufficiently systematic to provide an alternative way of enumeration.
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Just a few:CylinderCubeSphereCuboidConeTriangular pyramidSquare pyramidTriangular prismHexagonal prism
Too many. Like spheres, cones, pyramids, prisms.
Some 3D shapes are cones, cubes, pyramids, and cylinders.
The special features of 3D shapes are they all are 3D which means they are fat but 2D shapes are flat they can not stand up.