Q: Does a cone have to have a vertex?

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No, a cone has one vertex.

A cone only has 1 vertex because it only has one point where it connects. (vertex=a point)

You could call the vertex, the apex, the tip, or the point of the cone.

A cone has one vertex at the tip.

A vertex is a point, so one.

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No, a cone has one vertex.

Yes, a cone has 1 vertex. Where? At the bottom where it connects at the point.

A cone only has 1 vertex because it only has one point where it connects. (vertex=a point)

Yes, the point on the cone is a vertex.Typical math textbooks define a cone as "A solid figure with one circular face and one vertex." So yes, there is one vertex.

You could call the vertex, the apex, the tip, or the point of the cone.

A cone has one vertex.

A cone has one vertex at the tip.

a vertex is a line to a point

A vertex is a point, so one.

on the top

A cone has 1 vertex, 1 circular edge and 2 faces

The tip of the cone.