Q: Which 3 dimensional shape has 2 flat circle faces and 1 curved face?

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A curved line in 3-dimensional space.

A trapezoid does not have any curved faces. It is a two-dimensional shape with four sides, two of which are parallel and the other two are not.

A curved shape does not have any straight lines. In a circle the line curves continually, meaning that the circle is a curved shape.

Many shapes have curves. Some curved shapes include:circle (2-dimensional)cone (3-dimensional)sphere (3-dimensional)cylinder (3-dimensional)

The sphere. Unlike the circle, the sphere is a sort of "3 Dimensional" version of the circle. A circle, being a 2-D round shape, has a face... whereas brought into 3-D, the sphere is free of all "faces".

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Cylinder * * * * * There is no convex 3-dimensional shape with these qualities. A cylinder has two plane faces plus a curved one, and two edges.

Curved and flat faces.

A curved line in 3-dimensional space.

A trapezoid does not have any curved faces. It is a two-dimensional shape with four sides, two of which are parallel and the other two are not.

There cannot be such a shape. It is not a cylinder because a cylinder sdoes not have a rectangular face. A rectangle must be a flat face and the only flat faces in a cylinder are the circle faces. The curved face can be "opened out" into a rectangular shape but because the face is curved it cannot be rectangular.

A curved shape does not have any straight lines. In a circle the line curves continually, meaning that the circle is a curved shape.

Many shapes have curves. Some curved shapes include:circle (2-dimensional)cone (3-dimensional)sphere (3-dimensional)cylinder (3-dimensional)

The sphere. Unlike the circle, the sphere is a sort of "3 Dimensional" version of the circle. A circle, being a 2-D round shape, has a face... whereas brought into 3-D, the sphere is free of all "faces".

A plane circular face and a curved shape which, if flattened out would be a sector of a circle.A plane circular face and a curved shape which, if flattened out would be a sector of a circle.A plane circular face and a curved shape which, if flattened out would be a sector of a circle.A plane circular face and a curved shape which, if flattened out would be a sector of a circle.

A circle comes to mind as the face of a right cylinder (which has 2 faces). The curved side is not considered a face.

A toroid is a doughnut shaped, three dimensional shape like an O ring. Any three dimensional shape can be rotated completely around an axis to create a toroid shape leading to toroids with both curved and flat faces.

No, a hemisphere is not a prism. A hemisphere is a three-dimensional shape with a curved surface that is half of a sphere, while a prism is a three-dimensional shape with two parallel and congruent polygonal bases connected by rectangular or parallelogram faces.