# What does three dimensional character mean in hamlet?

In any play, not just *Hamlet*, a three-dimensional
character is one who appears lifelike, one which has what is called
*verisimilitude*, similarity to life. A two-dimensional
character is one which is flat, broadly drawn, stereotypical. A
three-dimensional character is not a type he/she appears to be an
individual.

### Was Claudius a protagonist?

If you mean Claudius from Hamlet, then no. The protagonist is the character that the play/story/film/book/tv programme or whatever centres around. They're the main character, or 'hero.' Therefore Hamlet was the protagonist. Claudius was the antagonist, the character who opposes the protagonist, or a 'villain.'

### What is a yard in cubic feet?

A yard is a single dimensional measurement, whereas a cubic foot is three dimensional. If you mean a yard in feet, 1 yard = 3 feet. If you mean the three-dimensional version, 1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet.

### You like Hamlet?

Do I like 'Hamlet'? As in the play? In which case, yes, I love it. I think it possibly the greatest story or play written EVER. But if you mean to I like the character of Hamlet then I would have to say that most of the time he doesn't appeal to me - he is a coward.

### How many sides does a three dimensional penagon have?

Assuming you mean a pentagon - not penagon, a 3-dimensional pentagon is a dodecahedron which has 12 faces.

### Is hexagon a three dimensional or a solid shpe?

That's like asking "Is a square round or curved ?" You haven't given a choice. "Three dimensional" and "solid" mean exactly the same thing, and a hexagon isn't it. A hexagon is a 2-dimensional, plane figure.

### What is the dimension that we see in?

What do you mean? We live, breathe, are active - and see - in a three-dimensional world.

### What is the name of a three dimensional triangle?

Pyramid. Or triangular prism, depending on what exactly you mean.

### What does three- dimensional mean?

Objects or shapes that have width, breadth and height are said to be 3 dimensional such as a pyramid, sphere, cylinder, cone, cuboid .... etc

### Can an object have a negative velocity and a negative acceleration?

It is tricky to talk about "positive" and "negative" when you are talking about vectors. Think of a vector as an arrow pointing in some direction, in a two-dimensional plane or even in three-dimensional space; the length of the vector can of course not be negative. But this is just the length; for the "vector itself", it doesn't make much sense to talk about negative and positive, since that would mean comparing a point in… Read More

### What does polyheadron mean?

I think you mean polyhedron...if that's what you mean then...its a three dimensional object bounded by polygons, with each edge shared by exactly two polygons

### What is the maths term for volume mean?

It is the amount of three dimensional space occupied by a 3-d shape.

### What does the 0 mean in 011?

It could mean anything without the proper context. It could be the first character in a three-character model number.

### What are the advantages and disadvantages of contingency tables?

What do you mean by multidimensional table? Give examples. Show the nomenclature for three dimensional tables. Describe a three-dimensional contingency table. Describe the procedure for testing the independence of the attributes in a 3-way table.

### What does cylinder mean in math?

A cylinder is a three dimensional shape with a uniform circular cross section and a finite length.

### What does swirling mean?

Moving in an irregular but generally circular three dimensional motion around a central vertical line.

### What does faces mean in math terms?

Faces are a term used in Geometry to describe a side on a three-dimensional figure

### What does cubic unit mean in math?

A cubic unit is essentially a three-dimensional unit used to describe volume, just like a square unit is a two-dimensional unit that describes area.

### What does 3-D ready mean?

3-D stands for three dimensional. It means that you can look at something in more than two dimensions. Regular TV is 2-D, or two dimensional.

### What does 3 dimensional figures mean in math terms?

having three dimensions,such as length,width, and height;solid;not flat

### How do you spell 3d shape?

Forgive me if I am mistaken of what you are asking, but i believe you either mean the spelling of: Three Dimensional Shape OR Prism

### What does the great equalizer mean in Hamlet?

This expression does not occur in Shakespeare's Hamlet anywhere.

### What does the word Hamlet mean?

A hamlet is a small village, or a play by William Shakespeare.

### What does sphere as a suffix mean?

sphere means three-dimensional closed surface consisting of all points that are a given distance from a center.

### What does cobweb means?

A cobweb is a spiders web when it is old and covered with dust. It can also mean a tangled three dimensional spider web.

### What does octahedron mean?

Eight sided three-dimensional shape. Often this looks like two pyramids stuck together at their bases.

### How many inches in 10000 sq ft?

if you mean 1 dimensional inches infinitly many. if you mean 2 dimensional inches 1440000. if you mean 3 dimensional inches none.

### What does it mean when characters are flat?

They are one-dimensional. They have only one aspect to their character which never changes. I always think of the Spice Girls--one word like posh, sporty or baby was intended to sum up the entirety of their character. That's as flat as you can get.

### What does Isometric projection mean?

Isometric projection is a method for visually representing three-dimensional objects in two dimensions in technical and engineering drawings.

### What does Hamlet mean?

hamlet A small settlement without services or shops, and usually without a church.

### What is the formula for finding the surface area of a two dimensional cone?

It is pi x cone radius x square root ( radius squared + height squared) I think you mean three dimensional cone, no such thing as a two diensional cone

### What does model mean science term?

A model is a physical three dimensional object that is created too appear as an object which is usually too small or large.

### How many corners does a three dimensional triangle have?

First, I'm assuming the by corners, you mean verticies. Second, the answer depends on what you mean by "three dimensional triangle. To some, this could be interpreted as a pyramid. However, I think it is more likely that you are referring to a triangular prism- a prism shape with a triangle as each base. In this case, there are six "corners". Each side has three, where the length-wise edges of the prism intersect the verticies… Read More

### What does a cloak of madness mean?

This is from Hamlet. What it means is that Hamlet suspected his father was murdered. Which he was, but at that stage he didnt know this.

### What is 2d?

2-D is an abbreviation for 2-Dimensional. Dimensions are the different planes we experience the world in. The three dimensions we live in are height, width, and depth. When someone refers to something that is 2-D they usually mean it has height and width like a cartoon on your TV. You can measure how high a character stands and how wide he is but you can't measure how deep the scene is.

### What geometric shape has five sides?

A pentagon has fives sides, or if you mean a three dimensional shape, a pyramid has five sides, four triangular and one square.

### What does the term Helix mean?

A helix is a three dimensional shape that is a curve wound around a circular cylinder (like a spiral cord or the seam in a cardboard tube).

### What does 3d shapes mean?

3d stands for '3-dimensional', meaning that the shape has three parametres (or directions) for its space, usually translated as it has length, width, and height.

### Is volume a rock?

No, volume is a measurement of, well, volume; usually taken to mean "three-dimensional extent", though mathematicians sometimes use it for other dimensionalities.

### What does 2D CAD mean?

2D CAD = two dimensional computer aided drafting. 2D CAD is like drafting on paper on a drafting board. 2D CAD is a old way of doing CAD. Nowdays, The new way is three dimensional CAD.

### What does spatial mean?

Spatial refers to distance or interval of space, without specifying units. For example instead of saying "the world is three dimensional" you might say "the world is made up of three spatial dimensions".

### What does it mean when the king ask Hamlet how is it that the clouds still hang on you?

Why is Hamlet still mourning his father's death after a wedding

### What do you mean by one diamension array in C programming language?

An array is an aggregate of two or more un-named values of the same type allocated within contiguous memory. All arrays can really be considered one-dimensional because even a two-dimensional array is really just an array of arrays. An array of strings is an example of a two-dimensional array, but is usually easier to imagine as being a one dimensional array of strings rather than as being a one-dimensional array of character arrays. While its… Read More

### What does 'Your bait of falsehood takes this carp of truth' mean in Hamlet?

It means using a lie to get the truth. It tells us Polonius is an unethical character. He uses dishonest and deceptive methods to try to find out what he wants to know.

### What do quotes in Act one scene two mean in shakespeares' Hamlet?

What do Claudius and Gertrude want Hamlet to do that he doesn't want to do? What do Claudius and Gertrude want Hamlet to do that he doesn't want to do?