three examples of nested solids
A polyhedron is a solid with flat faces - a cube is just one of many different examples of regular polyhedra - otherwise known as platonic solids.
It is a triangle inside another shape, usually such that its vertices are on the boundaries of the other shape.
There are 5 platonic solids. They are: Tetrahedron, Octahedron, Icosahedron, Cube, and Dodecahedron
Its when a field is being tested for various values and different action is to be taken for each value.
Because 6 platonic solids would be too many, and 4 wouldn't be enough
In Nested Logic a Logic is contained within a Logic. If the Outer Logic is TRUE then the internal Logic is executed. Nested IF, Nested For, Nested While, e.t.c are some examples of Nested Logic in Modern Computer Languages.
Rubber and glass which become softer as they are heated are examples of crystalline solids
Crystal Solids. Hope that helps
solids and gases
Pyrite and amethyst
ice, a rock, coal, ect.
A Rubber and Chewing Gum