# Two Dimensional Shapes?

A two dimensional shape is a planar with height and width, but lacking in depth. Triangle, square, polygons and pentagons are good examples of two dimensional shapes since they show length and width, or base and height.
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 A shape is comprised of line segments. A line segment is finite and is a straight line connecting two points. These line segments are joined together to enclose an area. To be a shape http://www.ehow.com/info_8381827_twodimensional-sh...
 2 dimensional shape had to do with one going up or down and going right or left no forward or backward. So it can be a photo or a sketch of ball bouncing from right to left. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_two_dimensional_...
 Regular 2-D Shapes - Polygons. Triangle - 3 Sides, Square - 4 Sides, Pentagon - 5 Sid. http://www.chacha.com/question/what-is-a-two-dimen...
 A 2-dimensional shape is any flat shape--anything that's printed or drawn. A "regular" 2-dimensional shape would be geometric, with predictable sides and angles. Squares http://www.webanswers.com/science/math/what-is-a-r...