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Q: The line segment where two or more faces of a solid figure meet?

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That would be an edge.

In most general terms, a side is a line segment that is part of the figure in question. It is connected at either end to another line segment, which, in turn, may or may not be connected to still other line segments. A line segment joined at either end by two others which, in turn, were joined together would make a triangle. And more figures can be made by continuing to add line segments.

. . . is the segment perpendicular to the line.

It is perpendicular line segment

perpendicular bisector

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They meet at an edge

no that's a vertex a line segment is a straight line between two points that stop completely

The edge is a line - straight or curved - where two faces of the solid meet.

The line segment where the faces of a three-dimensional figure meet.edegs dont exist. your a liar~N/A

An edge is an area of a 3D figure where two faces meet to form a line segment.

It's the height.

A line segment

a line is a 2D figure.

Figure

Yes. I think of an edge as a line. The edges meet at vertices, and the faces meet at edges.

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