Q: What is 3 dimensional and has one edge and can roll?

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its called a face an edge is called en edge a point is called a vertex

Not much, other than they both can be parts of a 3-dimensional figure. "Vertices" is plural of "vertex", which is a point. The vertex of an angle, for example, is the point of intersection between two lines. 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional figures can have vertices. An "edge", however, is a line segment, and only 3-dimensional figures (cubes, pyramids, etc) can have edges. An edge is the intersection of two sides of a figure.

When two sides (called faces) of a 3-dimensional shape meet, they meet at an edge.

No because it's 3 dimensional but a straight line is 1 dimensional

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An edge* * * * *No. An edge is a line, which is a 1 dimensional concept. A solid object (a 3-dimensional object) will have height, width and depth.

An edge of a 3 dimensional figure

When two faces of a three-dimensional object intersect. Take this two-dimensional symbol for example: ^ Imagine that that carrot symbol is actually three-dimensional. The vertex is your edge.

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An edge.

its called a face an edge is called en edge a point is called a vertex

Triangular Prism

Not much, other than they both can be parts of a 3-dimensional figure. "Vertices" is plural of "vertex", which is a point. The vertex of an angle, for example, is the point of intersection between two lines. 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional figures can have vertices. An "edge", however, is a line segment, and only 3-dimensional figures (cubes, pyramids, etc) can have edges. An edge is the intersection of two sides of a figure.

When two sides (called faces) of a 3-dimensional shape meet, they meet at an edge.

Negligible, though not exactly zero.

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.

No because it's 3 dimensional but a straight line is 1 dimensional