The edges of the circles are the the the edges.
3 faces ,2 vertices and 0 edge
A cylinder and a cone - are two entirely different 3D shapes. A cylinder has three faces & two edges. A cone has two faces and one edge.
None. An edge must be straight.
two, one edge at each end of the cylinder
Under the front edge of the passenger side cylinder head.Under the front edge of the passenger side cylinder head.
An edge is a segment that is the intersection of two faces. A cylinder has two parallel bases bounded by congruent circles, and a curved lateral surface which connect the circles. Therefore, a cylinder does not have an edge.
If a cylinder has two edges then a cone by that definition has one edge and one vertice.
A cylinder does not have vertex but it has two circular edges and 3 faces
A cylinder has 0 vertices. If an edge is defined by the meeting of two faces then there are two edges but if an edge is defined by the meeting of two PLANE faces then there are 0 edges.
With a straight edge and feeler gauges.
A cylinder would fit the given description