Q: What shape has no flat surfaces no vertices and no edges?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Other Math

A triangular pyramid is one with a triangle shaped base and triangular sides (4 sides, all of them identical), therefore it would only have 6 edges and 4 vertices There are eight edges in a triangular pyramid, and there are five vertices on a triangular pyramid. Edges are the places where two flat surfaces meet. Vertices are the places where three or more flat surfaces meet. * * * * * The sides of a triangular pyramid need not be identical.

Any rectangular prism, including a cube, has 8 vertices and 6 faces.

A sphere. A sphere is a solid figure that has no faces, edges, or vertices. This is because it is completely round; it has no flat sides or corners.

Identify shapes of common objects. Identify faces, vertices, and edges of solid shapes; sort solid objects by faces, edges, and vertices. Relate solid shapes and plane shapes. Identify and count vertices and sides of shapes. Use shapes, such as pattern blocks, to make new shapes. Identify the movement of a shape as a slide, flip, or turn. Recognize and draw congruent figures

An hemisphere is half of a globe with a circular flat base, a round edge, a curved surface but no vertices.

Related questions

A sphere

A cylinder

A cylinder

a cylinder l

Pyramid

0 vertices 0edges 2 flat surfaces

6 flat surfaces - known as faces, 12 edges 8 vertices.

A cube fits the given description which also has 12 edges

Sphere

A triangular based pyramid would fit the given description.

A cube has 4 flat surfaces (called faces) and 6 vertices (or corners).

There is no such shape.