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Two types of shapes are 1. 1D Shapes 2. 2D Shapes Thanks Gaurang

The angles for congruent shapes and the angles in similar shapes are all the same. All the sides are also proportional in both. Basically, all congruent shapes are similar but not all similar shapes are congruent.

Plane shapes are geometric shapes in 2 dimensions, but geometric shapes can also be in 1 dimension or 3 dimensions, or, for mathematicians, in more than 3 dimensions.Plane shapes are geometric shapes in 2 dimensions, but geometric shapes can also be in 1 dimension or 3 dimensions, or, for mathematicians, in more than 3 dimensions.Plane shapes are geometric shapes in 2 dimensions, but geometric shapes can also be in 1 dimension or 3 dimensions, or, for mathematicians, in more than 3 dimensions.Plane shapes are geometric shapes in 2 dimensions, but geometric shapes can also be in 1 dimension or 3 dimensions, or, for mathematicians, in more than 3 dimensions.

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 shapes which have a length and a width but no height.

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Quadrilaterals are shapes or figures that has four sides.

quadralaterals have 4 equal sides and angles

no some shapes like the rhombus have 4 sides making it a quadrilateral but 2 of its sides are not parallel

no, but all parallelograms are quadralaterals.

No, and all parrallelograms are not quadralaterals.

no, but all parallelograms are quadralaterals.

A trapezoid can be drawn with one right angle.

No any polygon with four sides is a quadrangle. Quadrangles can also be called quadralaterals.

Have a look at the picture I put into this other answer. It will show you the 7 quadralaterals. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_a_quadrilateral_where_each_angle_is_right_angle

There are infinitely many such shapes. There are infinitely many such shapes. There are infinitely many such shapes. There are infinitely many such shapes.

2d shapes are shapes that can only be seen from the front unlike 3d shapes and they are flat

2d shapes are shapes that can only be seen from the front unlike 3d shapes and they are flat

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