Q: What is a 3D shape called when it has 50 faces?

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this shape is called a Pentacontagon

It is called a Pentacontagon.

A cuboid, by definition, has exactly six faces. So a 50 sided cuboid would be called an impossibility. There are many configurations that can give rise to a solid object with 50 faces. For example: a pyramid shape with a 25-sided polygon as base or a prism with 48 sided polygons at each end. There are lots more possibilities and each would have a different name.

The shape has 50 sides is Pentacontagon

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All coins have length, width and depth, and are thus 3D objects. The Australian 50 cent coin has twelve sides, and so is dodecagonal in shape.

this shape is called a Pentacontagon

It is called a Pentacontagon.

A cuboid, by definition, has exactly six faces. So a 50 sided cuboid would be called an impossibility. There are many configurations that can give rise to a solid object with 50 faces. For example: a pyramid shape with a 25-sided polygon as base or a prism with 48 sided polygons at each end. There are lots more possibilities and each would have a different name.

The geometic term for the shape of a 50 Pence coin is a "Heptagon".

A polygon with 50 sides is called a pentacontagon. It has 50 angles and 50 vertices.

A 50-sided polygon would be called a pentacontagon.