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Q: Which 2 shapes have the same number of faces vertices and corners?

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The answer will depend on what is known of the shape. If you know only the number of faces, or only the number of vertices, then you cannot work out the number of edges. If you only know the shapes of the faces you cannot.The answer will depend on what is known of the shape. If you know only the number of faces, or only the number of vertices, then you cannot work out the number of edges. If you only know the shapes of the faces you cannot.The answer will depend on what is known of the shape. If you know only the number of faces, or only the number of vertices, then you cannot work out the number of edges. If you only know the shapes of the faces you cannot.The answer will depend on what is known of the shape. If you know only the number of faces, or only the number of vertices, then you cannot work out the number of edges. If you only know the shapes of the faces you cannot.

sphere

Any polyhedron can be deformed (its angles changed) without affecting the number of edges, vertices or faces.

In a polyhedron, there are edges, faces, and corners. The thing that is similar, or common, between the edges, faces, and corners are the vertices.

6 sides, 6 corners (vertices)

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The answer will depend on what is known of the shape. If you know only the number of faces, or only the number of vertices, then you cannot work out the number of edges. If you only know the shapes of the faces you cannot.The answer will depend on what is known of the shape. If you know only the number of faces, or only the number of vertices, then you cannot work out the number of edges. If you only know the shapes of the faces you cannot.The answer will depend on what is known of the shape. If you know only the number of faces, or only the number of vertices, then you cannot work out the number of edges. If you only know the shapes of the faces you cannot.The answer will depend on what is known of the shape. If you know only the number of faces, or only the number of vertices, then you cannot work out the number of edges. If you only know the shapes of the faces you cannot.

sphere

11 faces and 11 corners (vertices).

cube and cuboid

Any polyhedron can be deformed (its angles changed) without affecting the number of edges, vertices or faces.

it has9 faces and4 vertices

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