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Q: What is a three d shape that has 5 faces 6 vertices and 9 edges?

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The geometric shape that would almost match those characteristics is a triangular pyramid, as it would have four faces rather than three

A rectangular dipyramid.

Euler's formula is:V + F - E= 2V = the number of vertices, each point where three or more edges intersect.E = the number of edges, each intersection of the faces.F = the number of faces, each plane polygon.

Object will have a triangle base with three triangular sides meeting in one point - picture it as a triangular pyramid

A shape that has a X, Y and Z axis. It has multiple faces and vertices so it looks like lots of two-dimensional shapes stuck together.

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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.

then it's a - Dodecahedron

A rectangular pyramid

A triangle has one face, three vertices and three edges.

A three-dimensional figure or shape, such as a tetrahedron, has four faces. These faces are equilateral triangles. A tetrahedron also has four vertices and 6 edges.

A triangular prism.

Not a polyhedral shape. You need at least three vertices to define a plane shape. With 5 vertices, the maximum number of triplets you can get is 10 so there cannot be 11 faces.

triangular prism

The three parts are faces, vertices and edges. The faces are the flat surfaces, the edges are the lines that joint the corners which are called vertices.

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