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# What is the strongest geometric shape?

# What is the geometric shape of a videocassette tape?

rectangular prism

# What is the strongest geometric prism?

The strongest geometric shape is probably the triangular prism.

# What geometric shape are in truss bridges?

The geometric shape used in truss bridges is the triangle.

# Is heart shape a geometric shape?

yes , a heart is a geometric shape Yes. (We're not talking about the primary organ of the circulatory system here. It's a math question.) Draw a heart on a piece of paper…. Draw it the "usual way" with the "lobes" pointing up and the "pointy part" down. Now cut it in half and look at just the line that makes half of it. That curved line can be "translated" into a mathematical expression. The term cardioid is applied to that shape. And a link can be found below.

# What is the strongest geometric shape used in construction?

Triangles and octet-trusses are used alot in bridges become they hold their shape well when subject to a variety of stresses. However hexagons and lorimerlite frameworks are u…sed in different conditions, where they must resist only compression as opposed to a variety of stresses. Also the straight line is the best geometry for resisting tension, hence the use of steel cables.

# What geometric shape is the strongest?

It depends on the circumstances. If you want rigidity, triangles are the best, and the octet-truss is the strongest structure in this circumstance because of the rigidity of t…riangles. However if its resistance to compression you want its a tessellation of hexagons, and a lorimerlite framework is the strongest truss in this circumstance. Also a sphere is the strongest stand alone shape in circumstances of uniform compression in all directions, hence the use of domed submarine windows and space sut helmets.

# What geometric shape is the football field?

Geometricly speaking i would say rectangle.So it could be a parallelogram to.I hope that help you.

# What does ''diagonal'' mean in geometric shapes?

An oblique line (line that slants) from one part of the shape to the other e.g from one corner of a square to the opposite corner is a diagonal line. I hope this solved your… problem

# What is the strongest shape and why?

It depends on the circumstances. A sphere is the strongest shape for resisting uniform compression from all angles, either when their is a high pressure on the outside or insi…de (hence the use of dome shaped space suit helmets or dome shaped submarine windows). A triangle is the most rigid shape however, so if you want to cantilever an object, a series of tessellating triangles would provide the strongest structure (hence the widespread use of octet-trusses - the strongest known structure for cantilever stresses). A hexagon is the strongest shape when packed together in a tessellation, but only for compressive forces (hence the ubiquitous hexagonal forms in nature such as the bees honeycombs). The three dimensional equivalent of hexagonal grid is a lorimerlite structure, which is the strongest truss for resisting compressive forces.

# What is the second strongest geometric shape?

It really depends on what kind of strength you are looking for, a triangle is the strongest shape when rigidity is what is needed (so when you want to have a strong cantilever… structure or a general structure that can resist a variety of stresses). It's difficult to say what might be the second strongest shape in such circumstances, but maybe a triangle that is not equilateral, but this is an over simplification. An octet-truss is the strongest structure for cantilevering because of the strength of the triangle However if its 'hardness' you're looking for, or resistance to purely compression, a tessellation of hexagons is your strongest shape, and therefore perhapse an irregular hexagon is your second strongest. A lorimerlite framework is the strongest truss under compression because of the strength of hexagons.

# Can shapes be organic or geometric?

I disagree with the post from earlier: No, only geometric. Organic means natural, not artificially improved or created. if it brought you to this when u were asking about …forms not shapes the answer is not only geometric -- At least as far as art goes the following is true: Shapes can be organic, geometric or irregular. At least from the stand point of an artist.

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# What is the geometric shape of n2?

N2 is a linear molecule with a bond angle of 180 degrees. Since there are two atoms, this is the only shape a nitrogen molecule can have.

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# What is Geometrical shapes?

Answer geometrical shapes are shapes resembling or employing the simple rectilinear or curvilinear lines or figures used in geometry

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In Geometry

# What is the geometrical shape of a can?

If you mean a round can, the shape is cylindrical.

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# What geometric shapes do engineers use to create the strongest types of bridges?

Acually the triangle is the best way to go if you want to make a bridge. Not a circle. :)

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# What is the strongest geometric shap?

We generally consider the triangle as the geometric shape with the greatest strength. A classic example is a bicycle frame. The "basic" triangle in the frame is composed… of the top tube, the seat tube and the down tube.