Q: Which 3D shape has one edge one corner and two faces?

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A cone has one corner (vertex), one edge and two faces.

A cone.

A cone would fit the given description

A cube has:8 vertices (or corners)6 faces,12 edgesCube means a 3 dimensional figure. Its faces are in square shape. Cube has 6 square faces, attached by one edge of a square with another edge of another square . Two types of cubes are there one is solid cube and other is hollow cube. If three square faces come in contact with one another by their edges then we get a corner or vertex. So, the number of corners or vertices are 8.A cube has 8 vertices, 12 edges and 6 faces

The description given fits that of a cone

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A cone perhaps

A cone has one corner (vertex), one edge and two faces.

A cone has one corner (vertex), one edge and two faces.

A cone.

Conventionally, two faces, one edge and one vertex.

There is no such shape - unless there are other faces. If there is one rectangular face then you require at least four other faces - one on each edge of the rectangle - making a minimum of 5 faces.

A cone would fit the given description

1 corner,0 vertices and 0 edges * * * * * A vertex is the same as a corner, so a cone has 1 vertex. It has two faces: one circular and one curved. It has one edge where the two faces meet.

A cone would fit the given description.

A cube has:8 vertices (or corners)6 faces,12 edgesCube means a 3 dimensional figure. Its faces are in square shape. Cube has 6 square faces, attached by one edge of a square with another edge of another square . Two types of cubes are there one is solid cube and other is hollow cube. If three square faces come in contact with one another by their edges then we get a corner or vertex. So, the number of corners or vertices are 8.A cube has 8 vertices, 12 edges and 6 faces

A teardrop-shape would have one vertex (the tip), one edge and one face

Well it has one edge, one face, one base(the face that the shape sits on), and one vertice.