Yes. I think of an edge as a line. The edges meet at vertices, and the faces meet at edges.
Three dimensional objects have edges, vertices and faces. A face is a plane surface which forms a boundary of the shape. Two faces meet along a line which is an edge. Three or more faces meet at a point which is a vertex.
There are four faces, six edges and four vertices.Remember,faces are the flat sides.Edges are the lines where two of the faces meet.Vertices are the corners where three or more of the faces meet.
They are the straight "lines" where two faces meet.
They are the sets of points (lines) at which two faces meet.
An edge is a line of a soild where two faces meet.
In a 3-dimensional shape with polygonal faces, an edge is a straight line at which two faces meet. A vertex is a point where three or more edges meet. In solid shapes which are not polyhedra, an edge is still a line - possibly curved - where two faces meet. But a vertex can be any corner, for example, the point of a cone.
A face of a polyhedron is one of the flat surfaces. These are two dimensional objects. Two faces meet at an edge, which is a line - a one dimensional object. Three or more edges meet at a vertex which is a point. A point has no dimensions.
They are the sets of points (or lines) where two faces meet.
Triangular prisms have two triangular bases (parallel to each other) that are connect by three rectangles. Therefore, it has 5 faces (the flat shapes described earlier), 6 vertices (the corners where more than 2 faces meet), and 9 edges (the segments where only two faces meet).
Edges are found in 3-dimensional objects. Then vertices are the corners and edges are the lines formed where two faces meet. In this case, sides usually refers to the faces.
maybe it has 8 edges............ . Edges - as in corners? I make it nine. Edges as in faces? I make it five. A triangular prism has 5 edges * * * * * Edges are not corners! They are the "lines" where two faces meet. There are 9 edges in a triangular prism.