What Is the Difference between Shape and Form?

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The difference between shape and form is that form is the 3-D of a shape and shapes are two dimensional whereby height and width are defined by lines. Examples of forms consist of spheres, cubes, cylinders and cones and examples of shapes include consist of circles, squares, rectangles and triangles.
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