Q: What object has 6 faces 12 edges and not all equal faces?

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As a 2d object, a diamond had four sides. As a 3d object, there are many different types of diamonds, all with their own numbers of vertices, edges and faces.

A cube has 6 faces (all square faces), 8 vertices and 12 edges.

For all polyhedra: vertices + faces = edges + 2 The given fact is: edges = vertices + 10 → vertices + faces = vertices + 10 + 2 → faces = 12

In all 9 edges are present. (3 edges at the triangular base of prism and 3 edges on the opposite triangular face. And, 3 edges connect the two faces of prism.)

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.

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Any solid object with six faces is a hexahedron. A regular hexahedron (with 12 edges) is a cube where all the faces are squares An irregular hexahedron (with 12 edges) is a cuboid where two faces are equal squares and four are equal rectangles.

it is a rectangular prism...

As a 2d object, a diamond had four sides. As a 3d object, there are many different types of diamonds, all with their own numbers of vertices, edges and faces.

All prisms contain an equal number of faces,vertices,and edges

Icosahedron are a shape with 20 faces, 30 edges and 12 vertices. All the faces are triangles.

rectangular prism.It has 6 faces and 12 edges. The 2 bases are congruent to each other, and the remaining 4 faces are congruent to each other, but the bases are not necessarily congruent to the other faces.

Yes, all of the six faces are square, so all angles are 90 degrees, and all edges are of equal length.

A hexahedron. Cubes, cuboids, parallelepipeds are all examples.

Not necessarily. If all faces are equilateral triangles (all edges are equal length) then it is a regular polyhedron.

A cube has 6 faces (all square faces), 8 vertices and 12 edges.

They have 8 corners, 6 faces, and 12 edges. All faces are of the same area, all opposite faces are parallel and all edges are of the same length.

This object is called an octahedron