Q: What has 1 vertices 1 edge 1 flat face and 1 curved face?

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A cone would fit the given description

A cylinder perhaps

A circle, ellipse or similar shape.

Don't know. It cannot be a cone since that has two faces: one curved (curvered?) face and one flat (circular) face. Alternatively, an infinite cone has only one curved face but then it has no edge.

If you mean a cone then it has a flat base face and a circular face with one edge and one vertex

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Faces-2 (1 flat face and 1 curved face), 1 curved edge, and 1 vertex.

A cone would fit the given description

A cone would fit the given description

An hemisphere is half of a globe with a circular flat base, a round edge, a curved surface but no vertices.

It has a flat base, a curved surface area, a circular edge and one vertex.

A cone?

A cylinder perhaps

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A face, of a solid object, is a flat surface. If it is curved it is called a curved surface though sometimes it is also referred to as a face. Two faces meet at an edge, which is a line which may be straight or curved. Three or more faces meet at a point which is a vertex.

A sphere has no flat face and no vertices. It does have a curved surface; so it depends upon your definition of a face.

2 faces (around the curved part and the flat base) 1 vertex (the point at the top) 1 edge (where the curved section meets the flat base)