Q: A polyhedron whose faces are identical regular polygons?

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Its a platonic solid :)

No, they are the faces of the polyhedron.

They are the faces of the polyhedron.

Yes and its flat surface faces are in regular shapes.

Since you use the term "faces" of a shape, you may be referring to polyhedra,which are three dimensional solids. There is no maximum number of faces a polyhedron can have. But for regular polyhedra (a special case where all faces are congruent regular polygons), the regular polyhedron with the most faces is the icosahedron, which has 20 faces, each of them an equilateral triangle. The most familiar regular polyhedron is the cube which has six square faces.

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Its a platonic solid :)

No, a sphere is not a polyhedron.A polyhedron is a three-dimensional geometric figure whose sides are polygons.A regular polyhedron is a polyhedron whose faces are all congruent regular polygons.

No, they are the faces of the polyhedron.

They are the faces of the polyhedron.

A platonic solid is a special kind of polyhedron. A polyhedron is a 3-D figure whose faces are polygons.In a platonic solid all faces are identical regular polygons. A polyhedron has faces, edges, and vertices. The numbers of each are related by Euler's formula, V+F=E+2

Any regular polygon has two congruent faces. Many polygons have two or more congruent faces.

No. It is a semi-regular polyhedron. Explanation. The truncated icosahedron is a polyhedron that can be constructed from an icosahedron with the 12 vertices truncated (cut off) such that one third of each edge is cut off at each of both ends. This creates 12 new pentagon faces, and leaves the original 20 triangle faces as regular hexagons A regular polyhedron is a polyhedron whose faces are congruent regular polygons. The truncated icosahedron is NOT a regular polyhedron, it is a semiregular polyhedron. It is a uniform polyhedron.

Yes and its flat surface faces are in regular shapes.

Since you use the term "faces" of a shape, you may be referring to polyhedra,which are three dimensional solids. There is no maximum number of faces a polyhedron can have. But for regular polyhedra (a special case where all faces are congruent regular polygons), the regular polyhedron with the most faces is the icosahedron, which has 20 faces, each of them an equilateral triangle. The most familiar regular polyhedron is the cube which has six square faces.

A polyhedron.

They are its faces.

Polygons.