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Three-Deminstional Figure.A figure that has, or seems to have, the dimension of depth as well as length and height.
Example: A cube is three-dimenstional.
Transversala line that intersects at least two other lines
Trapezoida quadrilateral with only two sides parallel
TriangleA polygon with only 3 sides and 3 angles.
Two-Dimenstional FigureA figure that has only two dimenstions, lenght and height.
Example: A square is two-dimenstional.

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