# In three dimensional object how do you know which is the length and which is the width?

your living room.

But if all you're going to do is calculate the area of the base or the volume of the whole object,

it doesn't make any difference.

# What is a three dimensional object?

a cube or a block those are just 2 but there are tons more like a cone or a sphere. It is an object that has length and width, but also depth. a 3 dimensional object is an o…bject that has more then 2 dimensions like a cube or a pyramid while a 2 dimension figure would be a square or a triangle An object with three dimentions on it. In other words, objects with coordinate x(horizontal), y(vertical), and z( toward you).

# Is 'one-dimensional' length or width?

One dimensional is a line between two points with a length. Two dimensional is a form like a circle or square with a length and width. Three dimensional is a form like a s…phere or cube with a length, width and height. Four dimensional is a form that changes with time. Five dimensional is a form that changes over time and space.

# Three dimensional object which has one base with sides of the same length?

The base of a tetrahedron has 3 that are of equal length; essentially, it's made up of four equilateral triangles (hence the 'tetra'). A pyramid base has 4 sides of the same l…ength. in fact, There are actually an infinite number of such 'pyramid-like' objects, with different numbers of sides on the base.

# What is a three dimensional object which has one base with the same sides of the same length?

Need a clear definition. Sounds like you are describing a 'cube' - almost.

# What is a three dimensional object which has one base with the sides of the same length?

To be 3 dimensional the sides must also have height.

# How do you create a three dimensional object?

Put on some 3d glasses

# How do you measure a three dimensional object?

By length width and height

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# Which three dimensional object is infinite?

In reality, probably nothing since the universe itself may be finite. However, in abstract or conceptual terms, most 3-d objects can have infinite versions. You may have in… mind the common sphere. Because of one interesting property of spheres they are sometimes used as an analogy for some models that suggest the universe is 'finite and unbounded'. This might be what you are thinking of that is related to but not identical with the infinite . The surface of a sphere, like the earth's surface, is finite (there is only so much area and no more), yet it is unbounded. You can travel in a given direction and you will never come to a point where you have to leave earth's surface. You may arrive at your starting point again if you travel in what is the best estimate of a 'straight line', or you might even wander for extremely long periods of time, crossing paths you have been on before, and you would never be required to actually return to your starting point. This analogy serves to demonstrate the idea of 'finite and unbounded', and applying the concept to space involves models much more complex and subtle than a simple sphere.

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# What two-dimensional figure has length and width?

Two examples of 2D figures are a square and rectangle drawn on a paper. Both example figures have length and width.

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# What objects is considered to be two-dimensional because it has length and width only?

That depends on the objects under consideration of which none have been given but in general 2D objects have 3 or more sides as for example polygons.

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# What is the word for a three-dimensional object with height width and depth?

The answer is in the question it is a 3D object such as a pyramid, a cone, a cylinder, a cuboid ... etc

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# What is a a three-dimensional figure having length width and height is called?

The answer is in the question it is a 3 dimensional figure such as a pyramid