Q: What items has 2 dimensional square shapes?

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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 cannot be a square based triangle since both are 2-dimensional shapes.

A square is a 2 dimensional shape, but it can be divided into 2 or more triangles, or more smaller squares, or hexagons and triangles, or octagons and triangles, or really any rectilinear figure and triangles. If you mean what two dimensional shapes can compromise the surface of a cube, or rectangular prism, then you want squares. if you mean what 1 dimensional figures can make the perimeter of a square, then you want lines (straight lines).

Plain (2-dimensional), closed, convex shapes.Plain (2-dimensional), closed, convex shapes.Plain (2-dimensional), closed, convex shapes.Plain (2-dimensional), closed, convex shapes.

Polygons and 2 dimensional shapes

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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).

It is neither because a square is a 2 dimensional shape whereas a pyramid and a prism are 3 dimensional shapes.

Plane figures or 2-dimensional shapes.

square circle

There cannot be a square based triangle since both are 2-dimensional shapes.

A square is a 2 dimensional shape, but it can be divided into 2 or more triangles, or more smaller squares, or hexagons and triangles, or octagons and triangles, or really any rectilinear figure and triangles. If you mean what two dimensional shapes can compromise the surface of a cube, or rectangular prism, then you want squares. if you mean what 1 dimensional figures can make the perimeter of a square, then you want lines (straight lines).

Plain (2-dimensional), closed, convex shapes.Plain (2-dimensional), closed, convex shapes.Plain (2-dimensional), closed, convex shapes.Plain (2-dimensional), closed, convex shapes.

Polygons and 2 dimensional shapes

"2-dimensional" means "flat". Anything you can draw on paper is a 2-dimensional shape.

Polygons are a special type of 2-dimensional shapes.

2 dimensional shapes

They have one fewer dimension; they lack depth.