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The Platonic solids in modern Euclidean geometry are five regular polyhedra. These are three-dimensional objects that are bounded by regular polygonal faces. They are: Tetrahedron (or triangular pyramid): 4 triangular faces; Hexahedron (cube): 6 square faces; Octahedron: 8 triangular faces; Dodecahedron: 12 pentagonal faces; Icosahedron: 20 triangular faces. See link for more.

Tetrahedron (4 faces), Cube (6), Octahedron (8), Dodecahedron (12) and Icosahedron (20).

A cube must have 6 faces, all the same size, all squares. A cuboid only has to have 6 faces. (Sometimes a cuboid is defined as a shape that has six faces that are all rectangles.) A cuboid is a broader range of solids than a cube. A cube is a type of cuboid.

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Spheres have no faces.

Platonic solids are regular polyhedra whose faces are all regular polygons, such that the same number of faces meet at each vertex.The five Platonic solids areTetrahedron - 4 triangular faces;Cube - 6 square faces;Octahedron - 8 triangular faces;Dodecahedron - 12 pentagonal faces;Icosahedron - 20 triangular faces.

There are 5. They are the tetrahedron (4 triangular faces), the cube (6 square faces), the octahedron (8 triangular faces), the dodecahedron (12 pentagonal faces), and the icosahedron (20 triangular faces).

No because only tetrahedron pyramids are Platonic Solids that have 4 triangular faces, 6 edges and 4 vertices

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A rectangular cuboid would fit the given description

The five Platonic solids are regular polyhedra. They are convex shapes which are created from regular polygonal faces, such that the number of faces meeting at each face is the same.The five are:tetrahedron - 4 triangular faces;hexahedron (or cube - 6 square faces;octahedron - 8 triangular faces,dodecahedron - 12 pentagonal facesicosahedron - 20 triangular faces.To see their images, search Google for Platonic Solids.

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tetrahedron

The Platonic solids in modern Euclidean geometry are five regular polyhedra. These are three-dimensional objects that are bounded by regular polygonal faces. They are: Tetrahedron (or triangular pyramid): 4 triangular faces; Hexahedron (cube): 6 square faces; Octahedron: 8 triangular faces; Dodecahedron: 12 pentagonal faces; Icosahedron: 20 triangular faces. See link for more.

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