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Q: You are a solid figure with no vertices or edges?

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A square pyramid.

A Cylinder.

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cube

A cube.

It is a sphere

Pyramid

A vertex is the point where three or more edges of a solid figure meet.

A tetrahedron.

square

Tetrahedron

A triangular pyramid.

No normal polyhedron.

A cuboid, a parallelepiped.

A tetrahedron is a solid figure with 6 edges. There's no such thing as solid edges. A tetrahedron is a triangular pyramid, with 4 vertices, 6 edges and 4 triangular faces. In a regular tetrahedron (the first Platonic solid) all triangles are equilateral.

This is a cube.

Triangular prism of course!

Two tetrahedron stuck together by a face.

triangular pyramid

A triangular pyramid.