Q: How many faces edges vertices of octahedron?

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An octahedron has eight faces. If it has 62 faces then it is not an octahedron!

An octahedron has8 faces, 12 to 18 edges and 6 to 12 edges.

An octahedron is a closed 3-d shape with 8 polygonal faces. There are 257 topologically different convex octahedra. An octahedron has 8 faces (as the name implies). It can have 6 to 12 vertices and 12 to 18 edges.

Faces = 8Edges = 12 to 18 Vertices= 6 to 12.

It depends on the exact shape. An octahedron is a shape with eight faces. It can be a heptagonal pyramid (8 vertices, 14 edges), or a hexagonal prism (12 vertices, 18 edges), square dipyramid (6 vertices, 12 edges) are some examples. There are more.

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It has 8 faces, 6 Vertices, and 12 edges * * * * * That is one configuration. An octahedron can also be a heptagonal pyramid which has 8 faces, 8 vertices and 14 edges.

An octahedron has eight faces. If it has 62 faces then it is not an octahedron!

It has 14 Faces, 24 Edges, and 12 Vertices

An octahedron has8 faces, 12 to 18 edges and 6 to 12 edges.

Faces = 8Vertices = 6 Edges = 12.

It has 14 Faces, 24 Edges, and 12 Vertices

An octahedron is a closed 3-d shape with 8 polygonal faces. There are 257 topologically different convex octahedra. An octahedron has 8 faces (as the name implies). It can have 6 to 12 vertices and 12 to 18 edges.

An ordinary octahedron with 8 triangular faces has 6 vertices.

Faces = 8Edges = 12 to 18 Vertices= 6 to 12.

It depends on the exact shape. An octahedron is a shape with eight faces. It can be a heptagonal pyramid (8 vertices, 14 edges), or a hexagonal prism (12 vertices, 18 edges), square dipyramid (6 vertices, 12 edges) are some examples. There are more.

An octahedron is a closed 3-d shape with 8 polygonal faces. There are 257 topologically different convex octahedra. They can have 12-18 edges and 6 to 12 vertices.

According to the Euler characteristic which applies to all simply connected polyhedra,# edges + 2 = # vertices + # faces. So the answer is 2 fewer.