A shape with four sides has four vertices and a shape with three sides has three vertices, so a shape with four sides has more vertices than a shape with three sides.
A shape with four sides has more vertices because there are more points where edges (straight lines) meet than a 3-sided shape.
A shape with 7 sides.
a shape with 7 vertices
A 4 sided shape which is a quadrilateral has more vertices than a 3 sided shape which is a triangle
Assuming that each vertex is used to connect exactly two sides, all two-dimensional shapes will have the same number of sides as vertices. So a shape with 4 sides will have 4 vertices and a shape with 3 sides will have 3 vertices. Think of a square (4 sides, 4 vertices) and a triangle (3 sides, 3 vertices).
A 4 sided shape has 4 vertices whereas a 3 sided shape has 3 vertices.
any closed shape with 4 sides or more sides. The question does not specify only four vertices!
Polygons of 6 or more sides have more than 5 vertices such as an octagon which has 8 vertices
Yes. Two triangle touching corner-to-corner. There would be six sides, but only 5 vertices because one vertex is shared.
A quadrilateral has 4 sides. It has no vertices as a quadrilateral is a two dimensional shape. * * * * * A vertex is a point where two or more lines (edges) meet. There is no requirement for the figure to be three dimensional. So the correct answer is that is has 4 vertices.
Four sides ⇒ it is a tetrahedron. More commonly, it is called a triangular pyramid.
No because they are both have the same values as for example 3 sides then 3 vertices
Any 2-dimensional shape has a vertex where two sides meet.Any 3-dimensional shape has a vertex where three or more faces meet.
A vertice is defined as where two or more edges meet. A hexagonal pyramid has a hexagon base and six triangular sides, giving seven vertices.
i think you mean vertice- vertce is plural:A vertex (plural - vertices) is simply another word for a corner. e.g. a triangle has 3 vertices, a square has 4 vertices... It's also a dot on a graph chart.... pretty sure.... again I am pretty bad at mathEach angle on a shapeRead more: What_are_vertices
A star is not a specific shape: it is a generic word for a shape which has an even number of vertices. The interior angles at alternate vertices are usually reflex angles. A star can have six or more vertices.
vertices with edges maybe a quadrilateral with 4 sides or known as a polygon has more than 3 or more sides also a right angle thats ALWAYS 90 degrees
For two dimensional shapes, a vertex (plural vertices) is a point where two sides meet.For 3D shapes, a vertex is a point where three or more faces meet.
lots of shapes are like that! any shape with smooth edges can have no right angles if you rearange the sides and their lengths. a hexagon is any shape with six sides, so it can have almost any angle in it. same with octagon and eight. in fact, shape names are just categories.
A cube is a geometric shape which has 6 faces and 8 vertices ie .2 more vertices than faces
Polygons always have the same amount of sides and angles, as if you have, for example, 4 sides, you will have 4 vertices, and 4 vertices means 4 angles.
A polygon may have many more than four sides, a triangle has only three vertices.