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Any kind of cube, prism, or pyramid (other than a circular prism a.k.a a cylinder or a circular pyramid a.k.a. a cone)

Q: Which solids have only flat faces?

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The flat side so the solid that lays flat without moving.

There are many. All polyhedra have ONLY flat faces but many other shapes have flat faces such as a hemisphere or an octant or a cylinder.

The shape of a cylinder has two flat faces and a circular body

You probably mean the Platonic Solids, they are the only five shapes constructed from the same faces.

Spheres have no faces.

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The flat side so the solid that lays flat without moving.

A flat surface of a solid is usually the face of the solid. +++ Also sometimes called a "facet", particularly on solids having very many flat faces.

There are many. All polyhedra have ONLY flat faces but many other shapes have flat faces such as a hemisphere or an octant or a cylinder.

The shape of a cylinder has two flat faces and a circular body

You probably mean the Platonic Solids, they are the only five shapes constructed from the same faces.

Spheres have no faces.

A cube has 6 faces. A square has 2 faces if it is only a flat object.

a cube * * * * * A cube is only one example. Any one of the five Platonic solids - tetrahedron, cube or hexahedron, octahedron, dodecahedron or icosahedron - are made up from congruent plane faces.

No, those bounded by only plane faces are but others are not.

Yes and its flat surface faces are in regular shapes.

The cylinder only has 2 faces which are flat but the sides are curved.

Regular: and there are only five of them. They are also knows as the platonic solids.