Anyone can! Theres Billions! Wood, Glass, Plastic, Ice, Metal
Figures in three dimensions are known as solids.
Liquids, gases and solids are the three phases of matter.
Three characteristics of metals are liquid, solids, and malleable.
Three solids: Iron, Aluminium, Sodium Three liquids: Iron, Aluminium, Sodium Three gases: Iron, Aluminium, Sodium There is a strong temperature dependence, though.
Rock,Hunk of plastic,and metal bar
a soilds can be a ball ]# a sponge and a a block.
three common solids are salt crystals,dust and smoke
Three solids that dissolve in water are sugar, salt and alum.
The Platonic solids were name after the Greek philosopher Plato, who theorized that the classical elements were constructed from the regular solids.
Amorphous solids include plastics, rubber, and glass
Planes figures such as polygons are not solids. Solids are three-dimensional .
1: Solids have a defined shape (they do not flow) 2: Solids are incompressible 3: Solids expand when heated and contract when cooled
Iron, silver, and gold are all solids at room temperature.
You mean "liquids" and "solids." Anyway, here are three liquids: Water, Soda, & Milk. Here are three solids: Brick, Wood, & Metal.
Isometric views? Such solids are crystals.
1: Solids have a defined shape 2: Solids are incompressible 3: Solids expand when heated and contract when cooled
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The three states of matter are solids, liquids, and gases.
sound can travel in all three media(solids liquid and gas)and travels fastest through solids.
These could be called solids. There are lots of three dimensional shapes. Cubes, spheres, cylinders, cones, toroids, pyramids, helixes, the various polyhedrons..
Solids, Liquids, and gases.
solids, liquids and gases
Regular three dimensional arrangements.
they are the three types of matter
Solids, liquids and gases.