Any irregular shape, for example a irregular hexagon is a 6 sided shape with no equal sides circle has no sides... scalene shapes. like a scalene triangle. ...i dunno hwo to spell it though.
A cube (If you're talking about a 3D shape)!
a plane figure having six sides is a hexagon
a quadrilateral has 4 sides a hexagon has 6 sides so it's 6/4=1.5
a shape with 7 vertices
Shape has fewer than 6 sides
Polygons of 6 or more sides have more than 5 vertices such as an octagon which has 8 vertices
Since the number of sides and vertices is different, it cannot be a 2-dimensional shape. The only 3-dimensional shape with 4 vertices is a tetrahedron and that does not have 6 sides. Consequently, there is no such shape.
The number of vertices does not determine the number of faces. If the shape with 6 vertices was a quadrilateral based bipyramid, it would have 8 faces. A hexagonal based pyramid has 7 vertices and 7 faces. So more vertices does not necessarily imply more faces.
a cube i guess
Four sides ⇒ it is a tetrahedron. More commonly, it is called a triangular pyramid.
There can be no such shape. A hexagon is a 2-dimensional shape and so has only one face, six sides and 6 vertices.
A pentagonal pyramid (5 sides and 1 base) has 6 faces, 6 vertices, and 10 edges (5 between the sides and 5 with the base).