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Q: Which 2 shapes have the same number of edges and vertices?

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A cube and a regular octahedron have the same number of edges, vertices, and faces. Both have 12 edges, 8 vertices, and 6 faces.

Any polyhedron can be deformed (its angles changed) without affecting the number of edges, vertices or faces.

Congruent shapes.

no. a 2d square has only 1 face but a 3d square (cube) has 6 faces.

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cube and cuboid

A cube and a regular octahedron have the same number of edges, vertices, and faces. Both have 12 edges, 8 vertices, and 6 faces.

Any polyhedron can be deformed (its angles changed) without affecting the number of edges, vertices or faces.

Rectangular prism Cube

Congruent shapes.

A cube and a rectangular prism.

no. a 2d square has only 1 face but a 3d square (cube) has 6 faces.

Sphere ( 0 faces , 0 edges , 0 vertices )

These shapes are alike because they have the same faces, edges,and vertices.

There are infinitely many sets. For example, a cube, cuboid, parallelepiped, rhombohedron and their less regular counterparts all have 6 quadrilateral faces, 12 edges and 8 vertices. There are similar sets for polyhedra with a different number of faces.

The solid figure that has the same number of faces and vertices and has 8 edges is a cube. A cube has 6 faces, 8 vertices, and 12 edges, so it fits the description given.