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A vertex (plural: vertices or vertexes) is the point of intersection of lines (like the 'corners' of a 3D shape). A corner is the same but where only two lines are intersecting.

Q: What do you call a corner of a 3D shape?

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sides are the face of a 3d shape and verticies are the corner of the shape

A right angle.

A 3D semi circle

A cone.

2D shape = Decagon 3D shape = Decahedron

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Many 3d shapes have a corner.

Any polyhedron.

Possibly a cone

is it a vertex

The question is not particularly clear but I suspect that the answer is a vertex.

Cuboid would be an example.

sides are the face of a 3d shape and verticies are the corner of the shape

It is called a vertex.

a vercitie is a corner of a 3d shape such as a cube or a cuboid

I just want to say that no 3D shape has corners, they have vertices (singular vertex), which is what you might call a corner, but this is the correct terminology.A sphere has no corners (as it is 3D), but it also has no vertices.

They are called a Vertices and it is where 2 edges meet.

A right angle.