Q: What 3 dimensional figure does not have a curved surface?

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It is a face of the 3-d figure.

You're probably thinking of a cone. There is some disagreement as to whether the point of a cone qualifies as a vertex.

There is no 3 dimensional figure with JUST 3 edges.

no it is a 4 dimensional figure not a 3 dimensional figure * * * * * No. A quadrilateral is a two dimensional figure. It has a length and a breadth and no more.

A sphere.

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Sphere

A cuboid and a pyramid for examples.

A polyhedron.

A Shelf, A Tv, And A Floor Maybe ? Those are some 2 dimensional but its okay. Theres also a Rectangular and Triangular Prisms.

An ellipsoid or a toroid or other 3-dimensional objects with more than one "holes". Or simply a ... sphere.

Yes a sphere can be considered to be a curved plane 3 dimensional figure.

Well it matters if you put it in a 3-dimensional or a 2-dimensional figure because if you turn it into a 3-dimensional figure the the surface would have a flat surface with volume and area.If you draw a quad in 2-D then the figure you draw is the surface.

Both are 3-dimensional figures wiith a curved surface.

Surface area concerns a 3-dimensional figure such as a cube or sphere. Area concerns a 2-dimensional figure such as a square or circle.

The surface.The surface.The surface.The surface.

A curved surface is like imagining a sheet of paper that is bent or a flag waving in the wind. A curved edge is like an elastic stick bent in one(C curve) or more points(S curve). The curved surface beeing 3 dimensional(3D) and the curved edge 2 dimensional(2D) unlike the simple surface and edge which are 2D respectively 1D.

A face is a flat surface of a 3 dimensional figure.