Three edges meet at each vertex.
A vortex is a form of rotating fluid flow: for example a whirlpool. A vertex, on the other hand, is a point where lines meet. There can be two or more lines meeting at a vertex: there is no limit to how many. For example, the apex of a pyramid whose base is a polygon with n-sides, will be a vertex where n edges meet (for any integer n).
A vertex can be the corner of a polyhedron in which case at least three edges meet at a vertex.
Edges meet at a vertex.
A vortex is an area of circular fluid flow in fluid dynamics and no edges meet there. A vertex is a corner of a geometric shape and there can be two or more edges meeting at a vertex. There is no upper limit to the number of edges.
A corner where three edges meet is also called a vertex. A vertex can be also used in Algebra 2, in Quadratic Equations.
It is called a vertex
A vertex is when 2 edges meet and make a curved line.
An edge is where two faces of a three dimensional figure meet. An vertex is where three edges meet.
That is a vertex.
Valence is the number of edges that meet at a vertex.