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If I want to refer to a hologram-type thing in a formal essay, should I use "3D" to describe it, or spell out "three-dimensional"?

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    You would spell out three dimensional

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    But without a hyphen, the way you wrote it?

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    I believe it's written just like that.

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    Ok, thank you.

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    No problem.

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    really? ... o.O so confuzzled.

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