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Q: What 3D shape has exactly 3 faces?

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The faces in a 3-D shape (polyhedron, for example) are bordered by edges.

It doesn't exist. The least number of sides for a 3-D shape only made of triangles is 4.

A triangular pyramid * * * * * A triangular pyramid has no parallel faces. None. The correct answer is a parallelepiped (special cases: cuboid, cube).

A cylinder, a semi-torus (half a doughnut).

A 3-D shape with 8 faces is an octahedron.

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A 3-D shape that has 8 faces is a hexagonal prism. This is a shape that is formed on a hexagon-shaped base.

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