A pyramid would fit the given description
A sphere. In Geometry, it is a round solid figure. Every point on it's surface is an equal distant from it's center.
It is the two-dimensional image of the solid figure when it is viewed from points above the object. In mathematical terms (projective geometry), it is the projection of the figure onto a horizontal plane using the point at infinity as the centre of projection.
That is the Vertex
It is the point of a dihedral (solid) angle.
It's called a point.
It is the vertex and its plural is vertices
a cone!, It has a top and a bottom
A solid figure.
A vertex on a cube, for example, is where any three edges meet. On a pyramid (square type) it could be at the point on the top or the 4 bottom edges. :)
You have to count the lines on a solid figure
A sphere is a solid figure in which every point is equidistant from a fixed point called the center.
no a basketball is not a solid figure.
A vertex is the point where three or more edges of a solid figure meet.
it is a triangular pyrimid
a pentagonal pyramid it has five triangular sides that all meet at a point at the top. the base is a pentagon
A solid sphere perhaps?
No- a triangle is a plane figure, not a solid.
yes a triangle is a solid figure
The location of each point on a planar figure can be described with two coordinates.Each point in a solid figure requires threecoordinates to describe it's location.