What are Common Geometric Shapes?
Geometric shapes can be defined as a figure or area closed by a boundary that is created by combining the specific amount curves, lines, and points. A geometric shape is geometric information that remains when location, scale, orientation, and reflection are removed from the description of a geometric object.
Objects that are the same shape as each other are called "similar." If they also have the same scale, so they are called "congruent." Geometrical shapes are of two types, and they are either 2D (two dimensional) or even 3D ( 3 dimensional).
Examples: The principal geometric shapes are:
The Circle, The Square, The Triangle, The Rectangle, The Rhombus, The Trapezoid.