From the name itself, a 2D shape is a shape having only two dimensions, such as length and width. This means the shape is occupying only one plane and has no depth.
In math, 2D shapes are also called polygons. These are categorized into ellipses and circles, triangles, quadrilaterals and squares, pentagons and hexagons, and so on. There is no limit to the number of sides a polygon can have.
In art, 2D shapes can either be geometric or organic. Tools are needed in making geometric shapes, such as circles and triangles. On the other hand, organic shapes are those found in nature, such as the shapes of clouds.
A twodimensional shape is a geometric figure having length and width, but no thickness or depth. Examples of 2d shapes are drawings of squares, circles, or other objects. All twodimensional
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Triangle is the strongest 2D, because to skew the shape, requires the "beams" to be
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A. rhombus. (Which is in fact also an equilateral. parallelogram.
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A circle.
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