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What are the differences between plane shapes and geometric shapes?


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Answered 2013-03-08 20:33:31

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.

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.

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.

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.

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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.

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