Q: What figure has four vertices?

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Tetrahedron

A rhombus is a plane (flat) figure so it has no faces. It has 4 edges and four vertices

A trapezoid is a four sided figure with one set of sides parallel

not possible cause rectangle is a 2D not a 3D figure. it has 4 sides and four right angles at its vertices.

A quadrilateral has 4 sides. It has no vertices as a quadrilateral is a two dimensional shape. * * * * * A vertex is a point where two or more lines (edges) meet. There is no requirement for the figure to be three dimensional. So the correct answer is that is has 4 vertices.

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If it is a 2-dimensional figure then it is a quadrilateral. If it is a 3-dimensional figure then it is a tetrahedron.

No plane figure has four vertices unless it has four sides.

a tetrahedron. it has four faces and six edges or vertices and four corner points

That depends on the figure. A regular tetrahedron, for example, has four vertices.

A tautological description of a plane figure with four vertices.

Tetrahedron

A rectangle is a plane figure and so has only one face. It has four sides (edges) and four vertices.

A rhombus is a plane (flat) figure so it has no faces. It has 4 edges and four vertices

A trapezoid is a four sided figure with one set of sides parallel

not possible cause rectangle is a 2D not a 3D figure. it has 4 sides and four right angles at its vertices.

A quadrilateral has 4 sides. It has no vertices as a quadrilateral is a two dimensional shape. * * * * * A vertex is a point where two or more lines (edges) meet. There is no requirement for the figure to be three dimensional. So the correct answer is that is has 4 vertices.

A pyramid being 3 dimensional figure would have four vertices at the bottom and one vertice at the top.