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# What two shapes has 10 faces 16 edges and 16 vertices?

Updated: 11/5/2022

Wiki User

10y ago

There cannot be such shapes.

The Euler characteristic for each shape requires Faces + Vertices = Edges + 2

Therefore, for 2 shapes, F + V = E + 4

The equation fails in this case.

There cannot be such shapes.

The Euler characteristic for each shape requires Faces + Vertices = Edges + 2

Therefore, for 2 shapes, F + V = E + 4

The equation fails in this case.

There cannot be such shapes.

The Euler characteristic for each shape requires Faces + Vertices = Edges + 2

Therefore, for 2 shapes, F + V = E + 4

The equation fails in this case.

There cannot be such shapes.

The Euler characteristic for each shape requires Faces + Vertices = Edges + 2

Therefore, for 2 shapes, F + V = E + 4

The equation fails in this case.

Wiki User

10y ago

Wiki User

10y ago

There cannot be such shapes.

The Euler characteristic for each shape requires Faces + Vertices = Edges + 2

Therefore, for 2 shapes, F + V = E + 4

The equation fails in this case.