WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 3D AND 2D DIMENSIONAL SHAPES
(2Dimensional) Refers to objects that are constructed on two planes (X and Y, height and width, row and column, etc.). Two-dimensional structures are also used to simulate 3D images on screen.
(3Dimensional) Refers to objects that are constructed on three planes (X, Y and Z). A 2D (two-dimensional) drawing program can be used to illustrate a 3D object; however, in order to interactively rotate an object for different views, it must be created as a 3D drawing in a 3D drawing program.