A sphere has no plane surface.
But if we consider a infinitesimal small surface of sphere then we have a plane surface and this way we have infinite planes on the sphere.
Let us take the example of earth: earth is a large sphere and to human beings, so small as compared to earth, earth looks like a plane surface which is actually not reality.
The same case is with the circle, circle is a closed figure which has no sides but in other way it can be considered as a polygon of infinite sides.
There are many possible answers.For example, a sphere or a cone intersected by two planes.
A sphere has no corners and if it a SOLID sphere, it has one face. If it is a HOLLOW sphere, it would have TWO faces: an INSIDE and an OUTSIDE face.
There are many possible answers. Some of these are a cone, ellipse or sphere sliced by two planes.
Since a sphere is round it is a shape without a face.
A sphere has an infinite number of planes of symmetry. The plane must include the center of the sphere, but it can tilt at any angle. The question is the same as asking "How many planes can be drawn through one point ?" The answer is: An infinite number. And as long as the point is the center of the sphere, each plane is a plane of symmetry of the sphere.
Since a "face" is usually defined as a flat area and no area of a sphere is flat, the answer would be NO. It is possible to place two planes tangent to the surface of the sphere and parallel to each other, but each plane will only touch the surface of the sphere at a single point rather than coinciding with a "face".
A sphere has only one face,
no, a sphere does not have a face. * * * * * Yes, it does. The whole surface of the sphere is its one face.
A sphere has a single face, one surface. A sphere has no corners. Or if you want to think about it from another perspective - a sphere has an infinity number of sides allowing for the curved surface.
A sphere has no edges or edges but its face is globular.
A sphere has just one curved face.
A sphere has only one face so it has no other to be congruent to.
The answer is zero because it has no flat sides
The section of a cone or sphere or ellipsoid or paraboloid slice by two planes.
It has 2 because it has a curved face and a flat based face
1 face 0 edgesOne face, no edges.
Not necessarily. A sphere is a "space" figure, but is not made up of planes.
No, just one face on a sphere