two-dimensional figure


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The spatial orientation training taught them to mentally rotate two-dimensional figures in order to match them with other figures.
A spokesman for the Nuneaton company said: "The soldiers will be cut in such a fashion that they will be able to be bent from two-dimensional figures into lifelike three-dimensional warriors.
In art, two-dimensional figures are called shapes and three-dimensional figures are called forms.
The ambivalent creations of the court comedies, for example, are represented as two-dimensional figures evoking a simple, uncomplicated response.
The adults that inhabit our childhood are two-dimensional figures, without inconsistencies or fallacies.
When Kathleen Turner's good-godmother-turned-bad Claudia is involved with a spell, more often than not it's something that turns people from three- to two-dimensional figures.
Studies of people who sit quietly and imagine horses or two-dimensional figures offer few clues as to why the brain bothers to churn out mental imagery in the first place.
As a result of this activity, she felt that she could spend less time on the properties of two-dimensional figures and more time looking at the properties of three-dimensional figures and the connections between two- and three-dimensional figures.
The spatial orientation training helped them to mentally rotate two-dimensional figures in order to match them with other figures.
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