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Q: What shape has 2 faces 0 edges and 0 vertex?

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No such shape exists. The closest contenders would be: a cylinder - 3 faces, 2 edges, 0 verticies or a cone - 2 faces, 1 edge, 1 vertex

a cone * * * * * That cannot be correct. The apex of the cone is a vertex. I do not believe that such a shape is possible. Wherever the two faces meet, there will be an edge.

Sphere ( 0 faces , 0 edges , 0 vertices )

A cylinder

sphere

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A point.

No such shape exists. The closest contenders would be: a cylinder - 3 faces, 2 edges, 0 verticies or a cone - 2 faces, 1 edge, 1 vertex

No such shape exists. The closest contenders would be: a cylinder - 3 faces, 2 edges, 0 verticies or a cone - 2 faces, 1 edge, 1 vertex

what shape has 2 faces 0 edges and 0 corners

No such shape exists. the closest contenders would be: a cylinder - 3 faces, 2 edges, 0 verticies or a cone - 2 faces, 1 edge, 1 vertex

0 edges 0 faces (faces are planar bounded by linear edges) 2 curved surfaces 1 vertex

a cone * * * * * That cannot be correct. The apex of the cone is a vertex. I do not believe that such a shape is possible. Wherever the two faces meet, there will be an edge.

No. A cylinder has 0 vertices, 0 edges and 2 faces.

Sphere ( 0 faces , 0 edges , 0 vertices )

1 corner,0 vertices and 0 edges * * * * * A vertex is the same as a corner, so a cone has 1 vertex. It has two faces: one circular and one curved. It has one edge where the two faces meet.

A sphere has no faces, edges, or vertices.

one face one vertex and two circle edges * * * * * What kind of cone is that? It has 1 edge, 2 faces (one curved and one plane), and 1 vertex.

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