Cubes are 3 dimensional figures and are equal on all edges. Therefore if one face is not a rectangle, then no face is a rectangle.
Since all of the cube's faces are the same they all are or none of them are. A square can be a rectangle but a rectangle can't be a square. A rectangle is described as a quadrilateral with four 90 degree angles or two sets of parallel lines. A square is described as a quadrilateral with equal sides and two sets of parallel lines. All faces of a cube is are rectangles.
A cube has 8 vertices and 6 faces. Therefore a cube has 2 more vertices than faces.
it dose have more faces
A cube has 6 faces and a triangular pyramid has 5 faces. So a cube has 1 more face than a triangular prism. But a triangular pyramid has four faces. You make the call. That is correct: A triangular prism has five faces, and a cube has six faces, but a triangular pyramid has four faces.
No because a triangular prism has 5 faces whereas a cube has 6 faces
1 a cube has 6 faces and a square pyramid has 5
A cube's faces are always rectangular, but more specifically they are squares, a rectangle with adjacent, equal sides. So a cube's 12 edges are all the same length as each other.
No. A cube has 6 faces and 8 vertices - it has exactly 2 more vertices than faces.
A cube has six faces. Here is some more information about cubes. A cube is a 3-dimensional polyhedron with 6 square faces. Each vertex, or pointer corner, is occurs where three sides meet. A cube has 12 edges and 8 vertices. Another name for a cube is a regular hexahedron. A cube is one of 5 platonic solids.
triangle rectangle and cube
A cube has eight vertices and six faces (think of a die!).
A cube is a geometric shape which has 6 faces and 8 vertices ie .2 more vertices than faces
At most two. Any more and it is a cube, not a cuboid.At most two. Any more and it is a cube, not a cuboid.At most two. Any more and it is a cube, not a cuboid.At most two. Any more and it is a cube, not a cuboid.
A cube/cuboid * * * * * or the more general shape: a parallelopiped.
Four or more place polygonal faces. Four or more vertices. Six or more edges. Faces + Vertices = Edges + 2
A cube or a cuboid has 12 edges, 6 faces and 8 vertices.* * * * *or the more general shape: a parallelepiped.A rectangular prism, for one. A cube is a specialized case of this, where all 6 faces are congruent squares.
An object with 6 faces is called a hexahedron, more commonly known as a cuboid or cube (a regular cuboid).
A cube has 6 faces, 8 vertices, and 12 edges.A cube is a solid with 4 faces on the sides, one on the top and bottom, so 6 all together. There is a famous formula from Euler that tells us how the edges, vertices and faces all relate:Euler tells us the F+V-E = 2 where F is number of faces, V the number of vertices and E the number of edges.For the cube we have 6 faces, 8 vertices and 12 edges.6 + 8 - 12 = 2Remember,faces are the flat sides.Edges are the lines where two of the faces meet.Vertices are the corners where three or more of the faces meet.
Cube * * * * * A cube is a very special case. A more general one would be a rectangular prism (shape of a brick). Even more would be a rhombic hexahedron.