Q: What is the different bit ween triangle and cube?

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A cylinder is a round object with two flat ends, like a paper towel roll. A sphere is completely round, like a ball.

its the pointy bit

Cube: 6 faces, 12 edges and 8 vertices. Cuboid: 6 faces, 12 edges and 8 vertices. Sphere: 1 Face and no edges or vertices. Cylinder: 3 faces, 2 edges and no vertices. Cone: 2 faces, and 1 edge and vertices. Triangle Pyramid: 4 faces and vertices and 6 edges. Square Pyramid: 5 faces and vertices and 8 edges. Triangle Prism: 5 faces, 9 edges and 6 vertices. Examples, Cube: A box Cuboid: A keyboard Sphere: A ball Cylinder: Can of beans Cone: Ice-cream cone Triangle Pyramid: Bit of a tobarone bar Square Pyramid: Egyptian Pyramid Triangle Prism: Tobarone Bar

A right triangle is easy, simply multiply the two sides and divide by two. A non-right triangle is a bit more of a challenge. You have to make it a right triangle by adding a right triangle to it. Calculate and then subtract the area of what you had to add.

Generally the side or facet of a cube is called the faceof that cube, so the answer is yes. The other two terms we apply to the cube are edge and vertex, and with a bit of though, you can easily figure out how they are applied. Of you can use the link below for more information.

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A cylinder is a round object with two flat ends, like a paper towel roll. A sphere is completely round, like a ball.

its the pointy bit

Cube: 6 faces, 12 edges and 8 vertices. Cuboid: 6 faces, 12 edges and 8 vertices. Sphere: 1 Face and no edges or vertices. Cylinder: 3 faces, 2 edges and no vertices. Cone: 2 faces, and 1 edge and vertices. Triangle Pyramid: 4 faces and vertices and 6 edges. Square Pyramid: 5 faces and vertices and 8 edges. Triangle Prism: 5 faces, 9 edges and 6 vertices. Examples, Cube: A box Cuboid: A keyboard Sphere: A ball Cylinder: Can of beans Cone: Ice-cream cone Triangle Pyramid: Bit of a tobarone bar Square Pyramid: Egyptian Pyramid Triangle Prism: Tobarone Bar

When you make the ice cube you could just add a bit of mint flavour in the water so it tastes minty.

Generally the side or facet of a cube is called the faceof that cube, so the answer is yes. The other two terms we apply to the cube are edge and vertex, and with a bit of though, you can easily figure out how they are applied. Of you can use the link below for more information.

A right triangle is easy, simply multiply the two sides and divide by two. A non-right triangle is a bit more of a challenge. You have to make it a right triangle by adding a right triangle to it. Calculate and then subtract the area of what you had to add.

people don't travel across the Bermuda triangle. but i have a suspicion that may the Bermuda triangle has a connection with area 5.

A cubic centimeter of space is a measure of volume. It is the volume marked out by a cube that is one centimeter on an edge. There are about 2.54 centimeters in an inch, so the cube will be a bit less than half an inch cubed, or a cube a bit less than half an inch on an edge.

The triangle bit, better known as the Sinai Peninsula.

It depends how old her puppies are, maybe she is trying to ween them a little at the time, if the puppies are going on 3 or 4 weeks old, try and feed them a little bit yourself

The description seems a bit confusing (to me) but it sounds like it could be a perpendicular bisector of a side of a triangle.

Three parallel vertical lines. A bit like triangle ABC | triangle DEF, except that the lines are closer together.