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Q: What solid figure has 6 faces not all the same size and 12 edges?

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A dodecahedron. A dodecahedron is any polyhedron with twelve faces, but usually a regular dodecahedron is meant. It is a Platonic solid composed of twelve regular pentagonal faces, with three meeting at each vertex. It has twenty (20) vertexes and thirty (30) edges. The dodecahedron would be the Platonic solid with the largest volume if all were made with edges of the same length.

cube and cuboid

A cube has 12 edges as does an octahedron and those are the two platonic solids (convex polyhedra with congruent regular polygons as faces where the same number of faces meet at each vertice) with 12 edges.

Rectangular prism Cube

A triangular based pyramid has 4 faces and 4 vertices

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because if you have the same it would be the same shape.

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It is a cube

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Sides and faces are the same thing. There are 6 of them. There are 12 edges.

It depends on the same edges as WHAT!

A regular polyhedron is a solid shape in which all edges are the same length, all faces are congruent polygons and all [solid] angles are of the same measure.

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