Q: Which 3 shapes have a total of 11 faces?

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There are no triangular prisms in faces. Faces are 2-d shapes and these cannot contain 3-d shapes in them.

A polyhedron.

a cube has parallel faces so does a cuboid and so does a cylinder and also if you want to find out lots more stuff about 3-D shapes or 2-D shapes see the website in the related link

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They are closed 3-dimensional shapes with polygonal faces.

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There are no triangular prisms in faces. Faces are 2-d shapes and these cannot contain 3-d shapes in them.

There are no triangular prisms in faces. Faces are 2-d shapes and these cannot contain 3-d shapes in them.

Bases are faces but faces are not necessarily bases.

3 rectangular faces and 2 triangular faces

Triangular based pyramid with no bottom. That is, if you meant 3-D shapes, presumably?

In a triangular prism, there are 2 triangular faces and 3 rectangular faces.

A polyhedron.

A Triangular Pyramid, 3 faces, 1 base.

The most common pyramid shapes have 3 faces on a triangular base or 4 faces on a square face. Other pyramid shapes may have more faces corresponding to the shape of the base.

a cube has parallel faces so does a cuboid and so does a cylinder and also if you want to find out lots more stuff about 3-D shapes or 2-D shapes see the website in the related link

No. A sphere is a three dimensional shape which has no polygonal faces. Similarly an ellipsoid, a torus, a paraboloid, hyperboloid etc are 3-D shapes with no polygonal faces.

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