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Q: What shapes have 4 vertices?

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Some shapes that have 4 edges and 4 vertices are squares, rectangles, and parallelograms. A shape with 4 edges and 4 vertices is called a quadrilaterals.

vertices are the corners of the shapes.

You can find a polyhedron with any number greater than 4 of vertices or faces. However, a torus, ellipsoid, sphere, paraboloid, hyperboloid are all standard shapes with no vertices. Cylinders, too, have no vertices. And there are many completely random shapes - a lump of putty, for example, which will have no vertex.

circle

a square a rectangle a trapazoid a rhombus ---- The general name for these shapes is "quadrilateral".

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Some shapes that have 4 edges and 4 vertices are squares, rectangles, and parallelograms. A shape with 4 edges and 4 vertices is called a quadrilaterals.

vertices are the corners of the shapes.

Any smooth shape has no vertices.

You can find a polyhedron with any number greater than 4 of vertices or faces. However, a torus, ellipsoid, sphere, paraboloid, hyperboloid are all standard shapes with no vertices. Cylinders, too, have no vertices. And there are many completely random shapes - a lump of putty, for example, which will have no vertex.

No, not all three-dimensional shapes have vertices. A vertex is an angle point of any shape. Spheres do not have vertices.

Yes, they can have sides and vertices.

Most Shapes has many vertices & Sides. The answer is a '''Circle''' * * * * * Only partly true. Most '''WELL-STUDIED''' shapes have vertices and sides. Most shapes - in nature, for example, are irregular, "random" shapes.

Most 2 dimensional shapes (all polygons) have 3 or more vertices. Most 3-dimensional shapes (polyhedra) have 4 or more vertices.

yes they are

octahedron

circle

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