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#### 3d Shapes

In this lesson, we will examine the subject of ‘3d shapes names’ closely. 3d shapes names is an issue that we may encounter in daily life. 3d shapes names are general:

**Cube**

Cube is a three-dimensional geometric 3d shape consisting of six squares whose areas are equal to each other with right angles. It is also referred to as smooth six-sided and is one of 5 platonic bodies. The most important feature of the cube is that all faces are square. Its volume is found by multiplying 3 equals.

- The object whose opposite sides are equal and the areas of all faces are equal are named as cubes.

Here are 2d Shapes and Their Names, Definition and Examples with Pictures

**Cone**

Cone is a geometric 3d shape created by the line segments that connect every point of a circle in a plane to a point outside the plane in mathematics. The cone obtained by turning the right triangle around a right edge is called a steep cone or a rotary cone.

- The cone is an end-pointed geometric object, which is interestingly formed by the point where each point on the circular plane is outside the circle of the circle and is usually combined with a point in the center.

**Hemisphere**

Hemisphere or hemisphere is the name given to each of the halves in the east and west when it is assumed that the earth is divided by the equator by the equator, with its longitudinal halves in the north and south.

- Since the earth is not a full sphere but a geoid, the hemispheres of the world are not a full geometric hemisphere.

**Triangular prism**

Since prisms are named according to the shape of their bases, prisms with a triangular base are called triangular prisms.

- In geometry, the triangular prism is a triangular base, a three-sided prism, a polyhedron consisting of a translated copy and 3 faces connecting the corresponding sides.

**Right Triangular Prism**

The base of the right triangular prism is a right triangle. Side surfaces consist of three rectangle.

- All objects with steep triangular prism-style shapes attract my attention.

**Hexagonal prism**

The hexagonal prism has many faces, the sides of which are rectangular with two bases, one at the bottom and one at the top. Hexagonal prism: It has 12 sides, 18 sides and 8 faces. Elements: height base edge length Hexagonal prism is two types like other prisms.

- Hexagonal prism is a shape that I do not give up in all the paintings I make.

**Pentagonal Prism**

Pentagonal Prism is a type of prism whose bases are pentagonal. They consist of two peers and parallel bases. It has two types as oblique and steep. Side faces are parallel edges in oblique prisms, side faces are rectangular or square in upright prisms.

- The shape we created as a result of the combination of 5 rectangles and 2 pentagons is called Pentagonal Prism.

**Ellipsoid**

The ellipsoid is a second order surface and its intersection is ellipse with any plane. It has a symmetrical shape with respect to three axes perpendicular to each other called prime axes and the center of these axes.

- An egg with an elliptical cross section is an example of an ellipsoid.