2 dimensional (plane) figures can have three or more straight edges as sides. 3 dimensional (solid) figures can have four or more plane sides (faces). They can have fewer sides if the sides are not straight.
A rectangle has 1 face, 4 vertices, and 4 edges. Note: The edges of 2-dimensional figures are more often referred to as "sides".
9 edges n 5 faces, 4 more edges
A Rectangular Prism contains 12 edges and 6 faces. So there is exactly 6 more edges than faces.
In geometry and trigonometry, an angle (in full, plane angle) is the figure formed by two rays sharing a common endpoint, called the vertex or vertex of the angle (vertices in plural).With solid figures, like pyramids or polyhedrons, a vertex is a corner where three or more of the faces meet.Remember,* faces are the flat sides.* Edges are the lines where two of the faces meet.* Vertices are the corners where three or more of the faces meet.
were two or more faces of a solid figure
yes it is
Corners and edges are more thin and vulnerable than centers and faces.
For all polyhedra: vertices + faces = edges + 2 The given fact is: edges = vertices + 10 → vertices + faces = vertices + 10 + 2 → faces = 12