What shape are you?
Shape (OE. sceap Eng. created thing), refers to the external two-dimensional outline, appearance or configuration of some thing â€” in contrast to the matter or content or substance of which it is composed. In geometry, two sets have the same shape if one can be transformed to another by a combination of translations, rotations and uniform scalings. In other words, the shape of a set is all the geometrical information that is invariant to location, scale and rotation. Shapes of physical objects are equal if the subsets of space these objects occupy satisfy the definition above. In particular, the shape does not depend on the size of the object. Shape can also be more loosely defined as "the appearance of something, especially its outline". This definition is consistent with the above, in that the shape of a set does not depend on its position, size or orientation. However, it does not always imply an exact mathematical transformation. For example it is common to talk of star-shaped objects even though the number of points of the star is not defined. Typically the shape of an object can be characterized by basic geometry such as points, line, curves, plane, and so on. Objects which are geometrically similar either have the same shape or one has the same shape as the other's mirror image (or both if they are themselves symmetric). Congruent objects are similar and also have the same size. Thus one object has the same size and shape as either the other object or its mirror image.
Additionally, a personality quiz may be a series of multiple-choice questions about the respondent without right or wrong answers. The responses to these questions are tallied according to a key, and the result purports to reveal some quality of the respondent. This kind of "quiz" was originally popularized by women's magazines such as Cosmopolitan. They have since become common on the internet, where the result page typically includes code which can be added to a blog entry to publicize the result. These postings are common on LiveJournal. There are also many Online quizzes, many webmasters have quiz sections on their websites and forums, phpBB2 has one MOD (Modification) which allows users to submit quizzes, this is the Ultimate Quiz MOD. Most of the Online quizzes are to be taken lightly. The results do not often reflect the true personality or relationship. They are also rarely psychometrically valid. However, they may occasion reflection on the subject of the quiz and provide a springboard for a person to explore his or her emotions, beliefs, or actions.
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