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.

seven more than a number is when you have a number and you add 7 to it it is 7 more than a number seven is more than a number means you have two numbers X and 7 and 7>X

Theoretically there are many more. We can visualise 2 and 3 dimensions quite easily. One dimension is simply point. Higher dimensions can be described mathematically but are difficult if not impossible to visualise.

Einstein theorized that in the same why mass was energy, time was space. So, in effect, time could be nothing more than a simplification of the three dimensions we live in.

1. Dimensions: The pitch shall be rectangular, its length being nor more than 60m nor less than 45m and its breadth no more than 40m nor less than 26m. The length shall in all cases exceed the breadth.

No. Idealised objects have 0 or 1 dimensions. Day to day objects have 2 or 3 dimensions. More exotic objects have 4 or more integer dimensions and fractals have fractional dimensions.