Q: Do cylinders have vertices

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Cylinders have no vertices since the entire object is rounded. Only objects in which two lines meet in the same planar are are considered to have vertices.

... whereas one of the "bases" of prisms are vertices.

16 vertices.16 vertices.16 vertices.16 vertices.

There are 8 vertices on a cube.Rememeber the vertices are the points.

A pentacontagon has 50 vertices (not vertices's!).

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cylinders are 3d figures that have two circular bases and curved side Vertices are points in which three faces meet

Spheres, cylinders and sometimes prisms

Cylinders have no vertices since the entire object is rounded. Only objects in which two lines meet in the same planar are are considered to have vertices.

... whereas one of the "bases" of prisms are 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.

A cylinder has one line and no vertices. Cylinders have no edges or corner where lines can meet. It is a closed plane.

A circle is the only geometric two dimensional shape that does not have any vertices, or points. However, there are non geomatric shapes that do not have any vertices. These are called organic shapes and are constructed either of only curved sides or curved sids and straight sides. Many three dimensional shapes do not have any vertices, the geometric ones include cylinders, spheres, and hemispheres.

16 vertices.16 vertices.16 vertices.16 vertices.

No. and it is not vertices's! vertices will do.

Did you mean vertices? A rectangular prism would have 8 vertices.

No. A sphere has no vertices. An octohedron has six vertices.

There are 8 vertices on a cube.Rememeber the vertices are the points.