Q: What sape has one curved faces and no other faces?

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Two. One which is flat and the other which is curved.

It has 1 edge, 2 faces (one curved and one plane), and 1 vertex.It has 1 edge, 2 faces (one curved and one plane), and 1 vertex.It has 1 edge, 2 faces (one curved and one plane), and 1 vertex.It has 1 edge, 2 faces (one curved and one plane), and 1 vertex.

Two flat and one curved.

When you say "What face" did you mean "What solid" has one curved face and two other flat faces? A solid that can be imagined is a melon wedge, cut from a sphere. Two flat faces come from the two cuts with a knife, and the one curved face that formed the rind. If you did not mean "What solid" then that makes your question unclear. I cannot imagine a face made from three other faces. Perhaps a face made from three other lines with one of them curved? It would seem you used a word wrong somewhere in your original question.

This shape has 2 opposite identical faces and some other which are parallelograms is a prism. A cylinder shape has 2 circular faces and one curved face.

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Two. One which is flat and the other which is curved.

3 faces: two plane and one curved,2 edgesno vertices.3 faces: two plane and one curved,2 edgesno vertices.3 faces: two plane and one curved,2 edgesno vertices.3 faces: two plane and one curved,2 edgesno vertices.

It has 1 edge, 2 faces (one curved and one plane), and 1 vertex.It has 1 edge, 2 faces (one curved and one plane), and 1 vertex.It has 1 edge, 2 faces (one curved and one plane), and 1 vertex.It has 1 edge, 2 faces (one curved and one plane), and 1 vertex.

A cylinder.

Two flat and one curved.

When you say "What face" did you mean "What solid" has one curved face and two other flat faces? A solid that can be imagined is a melon wedge, cut from a sphere. Two flat faces come from the two cuts with a knife, and the one curved face that formed the rind. If you did not mean "What solid" then that makes your question unclear. I cannot imagine a face made from three other faces. Perhaps a face made from three other lines with one of them curved? It would seem you used a word wrong somewhere in your original question.

it is a cone

This shape has 2 opposite identical faces and some other which are parallelograms is a prism. A cylinder shape has 2 circular faces and one curved face.

A cylinder, a semi-torus (half a doughnut).

a sphere :)

Two flat faces and one curved face.

A cylinder?