Q: What solid shape has no face?

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You take a look at what 2-D shape the face is, and then that's the name of the face.

A circle comes to mind as the face of a right cylinder (which has 2 faces). The curved side is not considered a face.

Visualising solid shapes is a very useful skill. We can see the hidden parts of a solid shape. For example, when a cuboid with a square face is cut vertically, then each face is a square. The face is a cross section of the cuboid

It depends on the shape of the base. A pyramid or a prism can have any polygonal shape as base and the formula for its area will depend on the shape. With other solid figures, the base may simply be the face tat the object happens to be "sitting" on: roll it and another face becomes the base.

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.

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A Sphere only has one face and no verticies.

A cone.

a face

The solid shape that has one square face and four triangular faces is called a pyramid. If you were to have a shape that had four triangular faces and no square face, it would be called a triangular pyramid.

You take a look at what 2-D shape the face is, and then that's the name of the face.

It the circular face is uniform along it's length then the shape is a cylinder.

No. Every solid shape has at least one face. The closest you will get is a sphere, which has no edges or vertices, but it still has a face.

Its cross-section area

shapes can`t be solids. You can say that a shape is a triangle but u can`t say that a triangle is a solid. shapes are 2D unless your talking about the face of a 3D object

Any one of the plain surfaces of a solid, three-dimensional shape. Also Called -- side

A circle comes to mind as the face of a right cylinder (which has 2 faces). The curved side is not considered a face.

The crust is the solid surface of the Earth.