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Q: How many faces does a two dimensional cube have?

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A square is only two dimensional and has one face and 4 corners. Its 3 dimensional counterpart, the cube, has 6 faces and 8 corners or vertices.

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There are two faces on a square (front and back.) There are six faces on a cube.

A cube has 6 faces. That leaves us with two faces. Any 2-dimensional shape will have 2 faces, one on the visible side and the other on the reverse side. I don't think I've convinced myself.

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One. A square is a two dimensional image.

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