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# What is a three d shape that has 5 faces 6 vertices and 9 edges?

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A triangular prism.

A triangular prism.

A triangular prism.

A triangular prism.

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A triangular prism.

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## Related Questions  Three dimensional objects have edges, vertices and faces. A face is a plane surface which forms a boundary of the shape. Two faces meet along a line which is an edge. Three or more faces meet at a point which is a vertex. A cylinder has three faces, two round edges, and no vertices In high school terms, a cylinder (not cilindor) has three faces, two edges and no vertices.In high school terms, a cylinder (not cilindor) has three faces, two edges and no vertices.In high school terms, a cylinder (not cilindor) has three faces, two edges and no vertices.In high school terms, a cylinder (not cilindor) has three faces, two edges and no vertices.  A triangle has one face, three vertices and three edges. Not a polyhedral shape. You need at least three vertices to define a plane shape. With 5 vertices, the maximum number of triplets you can get is 10 so there cannot be 11 faces. A three-dimensional figure or shape, such as a tetrahedron, has four faces. These faces are equilateral triangles. A tetrahedron also has four vertices and 6 edges. There are four faces, six edges and four vertices.Remember,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. The three parts are faces, vertices and edges. The faces are the flat surfaces, the edges are the lines that joint the corners which are called vertices. It is a solid shape with six faces. There are seven topologically distinct convex shapes and three concave ones. The faces can be triangles, quadrilaterals or pentagonal and the number of edges can range from 9 to 12. The number of vertices is 4 fewer than the number of edges. Triangles are polygons (two-dimensional) . Only polyhedrons have faces, verticles and edges. You could define as triangle as having either one or two faces (top/bottom), three vertices, and three edges.For pyramids and other polyhedrons, F + V - E = 2e.g.- a three-sided pyramid has 4 faces, 6 edges, and 4 vertices.- a four-sided pyramid has 5 faces, 8 edges, and 5 vertices A triangle has 3 vertices and three sides (edges). It has one face. Triangular Prism Triangular Prism 5 faces, 9 edges 6 vertices In geometry, a rhomboid is a cube like three-dimensional figure with faces that are called rhombi. It has 6 rhombi faces, 12 edges and 8 vertices. circle, sphere and another shape do not have faces or edges The number of vertices and faces is 2 more than the number of Edges according to Euler's formula. So a gemstone with 22 edges must have a total of 24 faces and vertices. The geometric shape that would almost match those characteristics is a triangular pyramid, as it would have four faces rather than three A tetrahedron is a 3 dimensional shape bounded by 4 triangular faces. It has 4 vertices and six edges. Three faces meet at each vertex so that the shape is self-dual. No regular polyhedron can have these qualities: F + V - E must equal 2. - a three-sided pyramid has 4 faces, 6 edges, and 4 vertices. - a four-sided pyramid has 5 faces, 8 edges, and 5 vertices An icosahedron is a polyhedron with 20 faces. The number of vertices and edges is indeterminate because there are many possible configurations.Three examples:A pyramid with a 19-gon base: 20 vertices, 38 edges.A dipyramid with a decagon base: 12 vertices, 30 edges.A prism with 18-gon bases: 36 vertices, 54 edges.An icosahedron is a polyhedron with 20 faces. The number of vertices and edges is indeterminate because there are many possible configurations.Three examples:A pyramid with a 19-gon base: 20 vertices, 38 edges.A dipyramid with a decagon base: 12 vertices, 30 edges.A prism with 18-gon bases: 36 vertices, 54 edges.An icosahedron is a polyhedron with 20 faces. The number of vertices and edges is indeterminate because there are many possible configurations.Three examples:A pyramid with a 19-gon base: 20 vertices, 38 edges.A dipyramid with a decagon base: 12 vertices, 30 edges.A prism with 18-gon bases: 36 vertices, 54 edges.An icosahedron is a polyhedron with 20 faces. The number of vertices and edges is indeterminate because there are many possible configurations.Three examples:A pyramid with a 19-gon base: 20 vertices, 38 edges.A dipyramid with a decagon base: 12 vertices, 30 edges.A prism with 18-gon bases: 36 vertices, 54 edges. 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. A polygon can have three or more edges and exactly the same number of vertices. All polygons have one face.  Two cubes have 12 faces, 24 edges, and 16 vertices.

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