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 Three-Dimensional Figure:  Figures that have length, width, and thickness.
Sculpture is 3-dimensional art. Unlike 2-dimensional art (like painting), you can look at a sculpture from many different perspectives - from above it, below it, behind it, in front of it.

A real cat is a three-dimensional figure/object although a cat drawing is a two-dimensional figure. The real cat has have length, width, and thickness. However, a drawing have only length and width (no thickness).

A real cat is a three-dimensional figure/object although a cat drawing is a two-dimensional figure.

A real cat is a three-dimensional figure/object although a cat drawing is a two-dimensional figure.



Similarly, a reflection of a three-dimensional object on the water or mirror is two-dimensional. For example, a reflection of a seaplane on the water is two-dimensional although the plane itself is three-dimensional.

A reflection of a seaplane on the water is two-dimensional although the plane is three-dimensional.