Table of Contents

- 1 Which of the 3D shapes have same number of faces?
- 2 What 3D shape has 4 identical faces?
- 3 What are faces 3D shapes?
- 4 What pair of figures have the same number of faces as vertices?
- 5 Does a cylinder have 2 or 3 faces?
- 6 What 3d shape has 8 vertices and all faces are congruent?
- 7 What are the faces of a 3D shape?
- 8 What’s the name of the next 3D shape?

## Which of the 3D shapes have same number of faces?

The two end faces of a prism are the same shapes, and the other faces are rectangles. A pyramid has a polygon as its base and the rest of its faces are triangles that meet at the same vertex. Here are the most common 3D shapes….Vertices, edges and faces.

Name | Triangular-based pyramid |
---|---|

Faces | 4 |

Edges | 6 |

Vertices | 4 |

## What 3D shape has 4 identical faces?

Tetrahedron

Tetrahedron with four equilateral triangle faces.

**Which two 3D shapes have same numbers faces edges and vertices?**

Cube and cuboid are 3D shapes that have the same number of faces, vertices, and edges. The main difference between a cube and a cuboid is that a cube has all of its six faces to be a square and a cuboid has all of its six faces in a rectangular shape.

**What 3D shape has all congruent faces?**

For example, a cube is a platonic solid because all six of its faces are congruent squares.

### What are faces 3D shapes?

A face is a flat or curved surface on a 3D shape. For example a cube has six faces, a cylinder has three and a sphere has just one.

### What pair of figures have the same number of faces as vertices?

cylinder rectangular prism cone sphere Math Talk: Possible explanation: a cube is a rectangular prism because all the faces are squares, and squares are rectangles. So the number of faces, edges, and vertices is the same.

**What 3D shape has six identical faces?**

A hexahedron (plural: hexahedra) is any polyhedron with six faces. A cube, for example, is a regular hexahedron with all its faces square, and three squares around each vertex.

**What do you call a 8 sided 3D shape?**

In geometry, an octahedron (plural: octahedra, octahedrons) is a polyhedron with eight faces, twelve edges, and six vertices. The term is most commonly used to refer to the regular octahedron, a Platonic solid composed of eight equilateral triangles, four of which meet at each vertex.

#### Does a cylinder have 2 or 3 faces?

Hi, A cylinder has 3 faces – 2 circle ones and a rectangle (if you take the top and bottom off a tin can then cut the cylinder part on the seam and flatten it out you would get a rectangle). It has 2 edges and no vertices (no corners).

#### What 3d shape has 8 vertices and all faces are congruent?

A cuboid has the following characteristics: A cuboid has 6 faces, 12 edges, and 8 vertices. The 6 faces of a cuboid are all rectangles. The opposite faces are congruent and in parallel planes.

**What solid figure has three dimensions where all the faces are equal?**

Name | Definition |
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Cube | A six-sided polyhedron that has congruent squares as faces. |

Rectangular prism | A polyhedron that has three pairs of congruent, rectangular, parallel faces. |

Pyramid | A polyhedron with a polygonal base and a collection of triangular faces that meet at a point. |

**What 3D shape has 5faces?**

Triangular prism

Pentahedron

Name | Vertices | Faces |
---|---|---|

Square pyramid (Pyramid family) | 5 | 5 |

Triangular prism (Prism family) | 6 | 5 |

## What are the faces of a 3D shape?

3D shapes have faces, edges and corners (or vertices) Faces are the outside surfaces of a 3D shape. Edges are the straight lines where two faces meet. Corners (or vertices) are where one or more edges meet. This is a cube. A cube has 6 square faces. Therefore each of the 6 faces are the same.

## What’s the name of the next 3D shape?

All types of ball are spheres, such as footballs and tennis balls. The next 3D shape is called a cylinder. A cylinder has a circle on its top surface and a circle on its base, along with one continuous curved side. A cylinder is similar to a sphere in that it rolls, however it is different because it has two edges.

**Where are the edges of a three dimensional shape?**

Three dimensional shapes can be picked up and held because they have length, width and depth. Faces are the surfaces on the outside of a shape. Edges are the lines where two faces meet. Vertices (or corners) are where two or more edges meet.

**Which is the vertex of a 3D shape?**

The vertex is the point or corner on a shape. This is where faces and edges come together and meet. That end becomes what you would call the vertex. Have a look at this diagram below which shows the Faces, Edges & Vertices on the cube 3D shape.