Q: What 3d shape has 0 vertices 2 edges 2 faces and 1 curved surface?

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Euler's definition do not apply to curved solids. faces must be polygons; they cannot be circles. using the conventional definitions of faces, edges and vertices, This question causes frustration for teachers and students. Euler's definitions of edges, faces and vertices only apply to polyhedra. Faces must be polygons, meaning comprised of all straight sides, edges must be straight, and vertices must arise from the meeting of straight edges. As such, a cylinder has no faces, no edges and no vertices, using the definitions as they apply to polyhedra. You need to create a different set of definitions and understandings to apply to solids with curved surfaces.

Faces = 4 Vertices = 4 Edges = 6

4 faces, 6 edges, 4 verticesFour faces, six edges and four vertices.

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