A cube has no vertex
Yes a cube has a vertex. In fact a cube has a total of 8 vertices and is a 3 dimensional shape.
Three edges meet at each vertex.
A cube has 8 vertices, 12 edges and 6 faces
A vertex is defined as the place where two or more straight lines meet. A cube has eight vertices, which are the corners of the cube.
I would say 8
A vertex of a cube is its corner points. A cube has 8 vertices and six faces. It also has 12 edges. A cube is a three-dimensional figure.
In any of the corners
the vertex is where the two or more edges meet so to find them just count the corners because every corner is a vertex. a cube has 8 Vertices
Each of the 12 edges of a cube is directly perpendicular to four others (two at each vertex for that edge).
A vertex is a point. There are 8 vertices in a cube. 6 sides in a cube. This can be easily seen from looking at a standard 6 sided die (dice).
A cube has four space diagonals. One from each of the four vertices on the top face of the cube to the opposite vertex on the other face
It is the lines of a cube or a figure...... * * * * * No, a vertex is where they meet!
Yes of course. A vertex is a corner were several lines intersect. A cube has 8 Vertices.
It is one of the points at which three faces meet.
It is the point of a dihedral (solid) angle.
The answer depends on the orientation of the cube. If it is balanced on an edge or a vertex it has no horizontal or vertical faces. If it is resting on a face then it has 2 horizontal and 4 vertical faces.
The answer is 1680. When the cube is rotated, there are 8 points a single vertex could end up on, and 3 ways for each vertex to be rotated onto itself. Therefore, it is 8!/(8x3)=40320/24=1680
There are infinitely many possible shapes. One such is a cube with one vertex sliced off.
exactly like a cube 6 faces 8 vertexes vertices and 12 edges