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shape_volume_and_object [2014/09/19 11:33]
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 **Object** **Object**
  
-The Oxford Dictionary defines an object as **a material thing that can be seen and touched**. In TAD, objects are different.+The Oxford Dictionary defines an object as **a material thing that can be seen and touched**. In TAD, objects are different. ​In TAD every element that occupies space is represented as an object. Hence, an enclosed space itself is an object.  
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 +In TAD, all objects are [[well-formed objects]]. 
  
 **Shape** **Shape**
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 Therefore, by definition a shape can be an open shape or closed shape. Open shapes include lines and angles. Closed shapes include triangles, squares, rectangles and other polygons. If any closed shape is made up of open shapes, then the closed shape is said to be an ill-formed shape. If the closed shape is holistic and complete in nature, then it is called a **well formed shape**. Therefore, by definition a shape can be an open shape or closed shape. Open shapes include lines and angles. Closed shapes include triangles, squares, rectangles and other polygons. If any closed shape is made up of open shapes, then the closed shape is said to be an ill-formed shape. If the closed shape is holistic and complete in nature, then it is called a **well formed shape**.
  
-In TAD all shapes are well formed shapes.+In TADall shapes are well formed shapes.
  
  

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