A cube has no vertex
Yes a cube has a vertex. In fact a cube has a total of 8 vertices and is a 3 dimensional shape.
A vertex is defined as the place where two or more straight lines meet. A cube has eight vertices, which are the corners of the cube.
A vertex of a cube is its corner points. A cube has 8 vertices and six faces. It also has 12 edges. A cube is a three-dimensional figure.
Three edges meet at each vertex.
A cube has 8 vertices, 12 edges and 6 faces
It is the lines of a cube or a figure...... * * * * * No, a vertex is where they meet!
Yes of course. A vertex is a corner were several lines intersect. A cube has 8 Vertices.
It is one of the points at which three faces meet.
I would say 8
It is the point of a dihedral (solid) angle.
the vertex is where the two or more edges meet so to find them just count the corners because every corner is a vertex. a cube has 8 Vertices
Yes because it has vertex,faces,and edges just like a cube has. I hoped I answered this right
No. For example, a cube is a polyhedron and 3 edges meet at each vertex.
A vertex is a point. There are 8 vertices in a cube. 6 sides in a cube. This can be easily seen from looking at a standard 6 sided die (dice).
Each of the 12 edges of a cube is directly perpendicular to four others (two at each vertex for that edge).
A cube has four space diagonals. One from each of the four vertices on the top face of the cube to the opposite vertex on the other face
a cone (not including the vertex) and a cylinder
vertex the line that connects 2 vertexes is an edge