What 3 dimensional shape takes 2 polygons to make?
There are infinitely many polyhedra that can be made from two different polygons.
None. A polyhedron is 3 dimensional and you cannot make a 2 dimensional shape out of 3D shapes.
No. That would make them a prism. * * * * * No. A polygon is a 2-dimensional object ad so cannot be 3-d. Also, there is no need for the shape to become a prism, as suggested by the previous answer.
On a football there are two types of polygons - large hexagons and smaller pentagons. The number of polygons it takes to make up the football depends entirely on the size of the ball and the size of the polygons.
A net is a two dimensional pattern that can be cut out and folded to make a 3-dimensional [solid] shape. A 2-dimensional shape, such as a square, does not have a net!
There is no "most" with respect to polygons. You could make a shape with a million sides, and then make a new shape with a million and one, and keep going forever.
a rectangle or square
They both are 4 sided quadrilaterals. Together they can make polygons with up to 16 sides.
Polygons are 2-D shapes that are made of straight lines that make a figure with no openings.
identify 3-dimensional shapes? cone,prism,,pyramid,cylinder,and sphere?
The answer depends on whether the shape is 2-dimensional or 3-d. For a 2-dimensional polygon with n sides, the minimum number is n-3 diagonals.
yes it can, it is quite easy to pick a non tessellate shape and pick another shape(tessellate or not) that when put together make a square and there you go.
That is the nature of dimensions. For example, three one-dimensional lines can come together to make a triangle, which is 2 dimensional. Six rectangles, each one two dimensional, can come together to make a cuboid - a 3-dimensional shape.
Rectangles are two dimensional objects- they have no thickness. Therefore you cannot "stack" them and so there will be no 3-D shape.
A polygon is a 2-dimensional closed shape which is bounded by straight sides.
Form: Form is when you take a circle or any SHAPE at all that is two dimensional and you make it 3D such form consists of cylinder, cubes cones so on and so forth. Shape: Shape is the two dimensional shapes consists of things such as: circles, squares,triangles so on and so forth
What is the name of a 2 dimensional pattern that you make from a 3 dimensional product when it is folded?
A projection. A net is the other way around: a 2-d pattern that can be folded into a 3-d shape.
The 3 dimensional version of a circle is a sphere - a round ball. You can make it out of putty or papier mache.
Unfortunately, your question isn't accurate enough for us to know what you mean. From what I can tell, you may be referring to matching lengths or sides that face the same way. There are two primary types of polygon, irregular polygons and regular polygons. Regular polygons have equal lengths all around and therefore (if this is the right case), they have 'matching sides'. However, if you're looking for sides that are facing the same way… Read More
A parabola is a 2-dimensional shape. A square root is a function whose arguments are numbers. The question does not make sense.
No. It takes plastic surgery to change your face.
None. A foot is a measure of distance while a square is a 2-dimensional shape. The two are different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid.
The Answer: No, as that would never suit the Euler Characteristic, for polygons. That would mean, 1 angle, and 2 sides (to make the angle), and 0 faces (techanically speaking), makes 1 - 2 + 0 = -1. All polygons yield 0, thus, this is incorrect.
They are rigid structures: the side lengths determine their shape uniquely. This is one reason that triangles are used in structures - for bracing,
I am not 100% sure but I think the most polygons in it is a hexagon since its a hexagonal prsim....
A two dimensional shape is a flat shape. Its extent is given by two measures of distances. These are often called length and breadth, but unfortunately, other words are also used: breadth, height (WxH for a poster, for example). A three dimensional shape is a solid shape whose extent requires three measures of distances. These are usually the length, breadth and height (but width can replace one of them). It is, of course, possible to… Read More
It takes an infinite number of sides to make a polygon into a circle, but you could still consider a circle to be a limiting state of the polygon, which all polygons approach as the number of sides increase.
A painting is a two dimensional artwork; a sculpture is a three dimensional artwork.
Denaturing a protein will change the three dimensional shape of the protein. Proteins have very specific shape that allow them to interact with their surrounding. Think about melting (denaturing) a key. It will no longer work in the lock (surroundings)
Polygons are sometimes amorphous
They are faces the polyhedron.
It takes three shapes. 1 rectangle and 2 circles. _ Depending on the way you think of a cylinder, technichally it has one shape, a circle.
Area is a 2 dimensional quantity, finding it for something in three dimensions does not make sense. If you want to find an area-like quantity for 3 dimensional shapes, look into surface area, which is the area of each surface of the not flat shape.
A square is a 2 dimensional shape, but it can be divided into 2 or more triangles, or more smaller squares, or hexagons and triangles, or octagons and triangles, or really any rectilinear figure and triangles. If you mean what two dimensional shapes can compromise the surface of a cube, or rectangular prism, then you want squares. if you mean what 1 dimensional figures can make the perimeter of a square, then you want lines… Read More
a 3 dimensional shape, object or thing you draw upon a piece of paper that shows you the perspective and shading used to help make the drawing more realistic.
An airfoil is a 2-dimensional shape that defines when built and inserted in a moving fluid will create a "Lift". The airfoil or wing can be used to turn ships or make an airplane fly.
A point isn't a shape. It's a 1 dimensional marker that combined with multiple other markers can make 2D and 3D objects. So as it's not a shape it doesn't have any size. Yes the dot itself have a shape but your using it to represent something that does not have a shape.
They are called faces of the polyhedron.
They are all polygons !
It takes Neptune 165 Earth years to make one complete orbit around the Sun. the shape of Neptune's orbit is an oval.
A CT or Cat scan is X-Ray Computed Tomography. A scanner takes a large number of two dimensional X-rays of a person rotating around the same axis. The images are then put together by the scanner's computer to make a three dimensional image.
Yes, it is a connection of six squares.
Any polygon will have versions that will tessellate.
If you are asking about "faces" a square (2 dimensional) has 1 face A cube (3 dimensional) has 6. Think of a pair of dice. If you are thinking about edges, like counting the toothpicks that it takes to make up the shapes, A square had 4 sides and a cube has 12.
Most lunar craters are circular. It takes a very unusual shallow (or grazing) impact to make a crater that is not circular.
A single cube already is a 3-dimensional figure.
Triangle, square, hexagon.
There are only three regular polygons which can make a regular tessellation?
0, or as near to it so as to make no difference. Most shapes are irregular.