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Q: What are 3 dimensional shapes called?

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The three dimensional figures are called Space figures

They have one fewer dimension; they lack depth.

They are called endecagons or hendecagons.

Three dimensional shapes are shapes with height, width, and depth. In contrast, two dimensional shapes only have height and width, or length and width.

Perimeter is a concept which is relevant to closed 2-dimensional shapes, not 3 dimensional objects.

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The three dimensional figures are called Space figures

Shapes which can be measured in 3 directions are called three-dimensional shapes. These shapes are also called solids. Length, width, and height (or depth or thickness) are the three measurements of the three-dimensional shapes. These are the part of three-dimensional geometry.

it is called geometricly 3-d

That's called "solid geometry".

No. All 2-dimensional shpaes with 8 sides are octagons; all 3-dimensional shapes with 8 sides are called octahedrons.

Many shapes have curves. Some curved shapes include:circle (2-dimensional)cone (3-dimensional)sphere (3-dimensional)cylinder (3-dimensional)

2 dimensional shapes use the x and y planes where as 3 dimensional shapes use x, y and z planes.

No similarities!

It is the study of shapes in 3-dimensional space.

You know how 2-dimensional shapes are flat right? Well 3-dimensional means that it can go to and from you also.

No.

when you think about 3d shapes

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