Q: Edges faces vertices of 3 d shapes?

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A rhombus is a two dimensional figure while the concept of {faces, vertices and edges} is relevant to 3-dimensional shapes.

It has 3 faces, 2 circular edges and no vertices

A cylinder has 3 faces, no vertices and 2 edges.

The description given fits that of cones

no. a 2d square has only 1 face but a 3d square (cube) has 6 faces.

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A rhombus is a two dimensional figure while the concept of {faces, vertices and edges} is relevant to 3-dimensional shapes.

Faces: 1 Vertices: 3 Edges: 3

3 faces, 2 edges, and no vertices

4 faces, 6 edges, 4 verticesFour faces, six edges and four vertices.

3 faces, no vertices, 2 edges.

It has 3 faces, 2 circular edges and no vertices

A cylinder has 3 faces, no vertices and 2 edges.

It has 3 faces, 2 circular edges and no vertices

The description given fits that of cones

Cylinder: Vertices = 0, Faces = 3, Edges = 2Rectangle: Vertices = 4, Faces = 1, Edges = 4.

A circular prism, or a cylinder, has 2 edges and no vertices.

no. a 2d square has only 1 face but a 3d square (cube) has 6 faces.