a cylinder a cylinder
no solid figure has only face the only shapes that has 1 face is 2d shapes
cone +++ A sphere or other full solid of revolution generated about either axis where the curve meets that axis in 2 places, and those intercepts are the solid's poles. (A cone has 2 faces)
A sphere or an ellipse.
A square or rectanglular pyramid are the only solid figures that have exactly five faces.
a cone!, It has a top and a bottom
A rectangular prism or cuboid.
There is no solid figure with only four edges. The smallest solid figure is the tetrahedron, made up of four triangular faces, but it has six edges.
A 3D shape with one base and three faces can only have triangular faces.
The tetrahedron has only four faces. A sphere has only one, but that's probably not what you meant since the surface of a sphere is curved.
-- You can only do one solid figure at a time. -- Pick one solid figure to work on. -- Stare at it for a while. In your mind, look at all of its flat faces, even the ones you can't see in the picture. -- One at a time, write down the area of each flat face. -- When you have them all, add up all the areas of the flat faces. -- The sum of all the faces is the area of the whole solid figure. If you're doing this in the second grade, then you must be pretty smart. I'm proud of you.
sorry, but there is no such shape, the only 3 faced shape would be a coin/cylinder
Triangular pyramid. Only 4 faced solid.* * * * *True, it is the only 4 faced solid but the question is about a five faced solid, anyway!However, there is no simply connected solid with the above numbers becasue they do not satisfy the Euler characteristic. This requires that Faces + Vertices (corners) = Edges + 2