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What Is a Non Geometric Shape?

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A non geometric shape can be defined as shapes with irregular contours, and whose edges are not straight. On the other hand, geometric shapes are shapes with regular contours and straight edges such as squares, triangles, or circles.
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A non-geometric shape refers to a shape with irregular contours. The edges of these shapes are rather rugged and assymetrical. Various shapes can be described in terms of geometry objects such as a set of two or more points, a line, a curve, a plane or a plane figure.
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