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Q: What is the amount of space occupied by a plane figure?

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The area of a figure is the amount of two dimensional space occupied within its boundaries. For regular polygons there are set formulas, for example, the area of a rectangle is equal to length times width.

Amount of space in any three dimensional figure =Volume

it would be the figure's volume

A plane figure has 2 dimensions (length & width$ & is represented by a flat surface. It takes 3 noncollinear points to make a plane. A solid figure has 3 dimensions. It not only has length & width but also depth. It takes 4 noncoplaner points to make space

Volume of an object is a measure of the space occupied by objects.

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It is the volume of the figure.

the amount of space taken up or occupied by an object is its?

The amount of space occupied by an object is called its VOLUME.

zero. two dimensional figures do not occupk any space

The amount of space occupied by a body is called its volume. Mass is the amount of metter in a body whereas volume is the amount of space a body occupies.

The answer is volume

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