Q: 1 flat 0 edges 1 vertex which figure is it?

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A cone has 1 face, 0 edges, and one vertex. The face is the circular flat area. The cone can roll, so it has no edges. Edges have to be straight. The vertex is the pointy thing opposite to the face.

0 vertex edges and 1 base.

0 edges 0 faces (faces are planar bounded by linear edges) 2 curved surfaces 1 vertex

An infinite cone.

one face one vertex and two circle edges * * * * * What kind of cone is that? It has 1 edge, 2 faces (one curved and one plane), and 1 vertex.

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a oval or heart

A cone has 1 face, 0 edges, and one vertex. The face is the circular flat area. The cone can roll, so it has no edges. Edges have to be straight. The vertex is the pointy thing opposite to the face.

0 vertex edges and 1 base.

A point.

cone

a cone * * * * * That cannot be correct. The apex of the cone is a vertex. I do not believe that such a shape is possible. Wherever the two faces meet, there will be an edge.

Faces-2 (1 flat face and 1 curved face), 1 curved edge, and 1 vertex.

No. A cylinder has 0 vertices, 0 edges and 2 faces.

There is no such shape. If anyone can prove otherwise, I'd be grateful if they'd let me know.

The shape you're looking for that has 2 faces, 0 edges, and 0 vertices would be a cylinder.

0 edges 0 faces (faces are planar bounded by linear edges) 2 curved surfaces 1 vertex

Circle has no vertex, sides