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Q: What has 3 faces no vertex and 2 edges?

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cylinder: 3 faces, 2 edges, no vertex

Yes. to add to that a vertex must be connected to at least 3 edges to be 3d, an edge is always connected to 2 vertexes, so the closest the two can ever be is vetexes x 3 = edges x 2, but when working with any platonic solid you can follow this: vertexes x (faces / vertexes) x [edges on one side] = edges x 2 or vertexes x [faces meeting at one vertex] = edges x 2 when working with any other polyhedron [vertexes with x amount of faces] x (x) + [vertexes with y amount of faces] x (y) ...{and so on} = edges x 2

3 faces and 0 edges

3 faces ,2 vertices and 0 edge

It is a circular shape with 3 faces and 2 edges.

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cylinder: 3 faces, 2 edges, no vertex

A cylinder does not have vertex but it has two circular edges and 3 faces

No such shape exists. The closest contenders would be: a cylinder - 3 faces, 2 edges, 0 verticies or a cone - 2 faces, 1 edge, 1 vertex

No such shape exists. The closest contenders would be: a cylinder - 3 faces, 2 edges, 0 verticies or a cone - 2 faces, 1 edge, 1 vertex

No such shape exists. the closest contenders would be: a cylinder - 3 faces, 2 edges, 0 verticies or a cone - 2 faces, 1 edge, 1 vertex

no edges but 3 faces.

Tetrahedron 3 triangles meet at each vertex 4 Faces 4 Vertices 6 Edges Cube 3 squares meet at each vertex 6 Faces 8 Vertices 12 Edges Octahedron 4 triangles meet at each vertex 8 Faces 6 Vertices 12 Edges Dodecahedron 3 pentagons meet at each vertex 12 Faces 20 Vertices 30 Edges Icosahedron 5 triangles meet at each vertex 20 Faces 12 Vertices 30 Edges

Yes, it has 2 edges and 3 faces

As the name implies, there are 12 faces on a dodecahedron. Each face is a pentagon, which has 5 edges, so there would be 60 edges altogether except that each edge is shared by 2 faces, so there are 30 edges. Using Euler's formula V + F = E + 2, the number of vertices is 20. Therefore each vertex is shared by 3 faces and 3 edges.

2 edges

Yes. to add to that a vertex must be connected to at least 3 edges to be 3d, an edge is always connected to 2 vertexes, so the closest the two can ever be is vetexes x 3 = edges x 2, but when working with any platonic solid you can follow this: vertexes x (faces / vertexes) x [edges on one side] = edges x 2 or vertexes x [faces meeting at one vertex] = edges x 2 when working with any other polyhedron [vertexes with x amount of faces] x (x) + [vertexes with y amount of faces] x (y) ...{and so on} = edges x 2

A rectangular prism has 6 faces and 8 vertexes . i hope you like my answer <3

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