A cube has a total of eight vertices, despite having six square faces that would all have four vertices of their own if pulled apart. A cube has six square faces that are joined not only at the sides, but at the vertices... More »

A cube has six faces, 12 edges and eight vertices. Each face of a cube is an identical square, and every edge has an identical length, which is equal to the length of the sides of the faces. More »

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A cuboid always has eight vertices. A cuboid is a three-dimensional shape that is similar to a cube in that it has six faces that are all at 90-degree angles to each other, but at least two of the faces on a cuboid are r... More »

A cube has six faces, 12 edges and eight vertices. Each face of a cube is an identical square, and every edge has an identical length, which is equal to the length of the sides of the faces. More »

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A sphere has no faces, edges or vertices. By definition, it is a curved three-dimensional geometric figure whose surface is defined as the set of all the points equidistant from its center point. More »

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A tetrahedron is a three-dimensional object that has four faces, six edges, and four vertices, or points. It can be thought of as a pyramid with a triangular base. Regular tetrahedrons are made of four equilateral triang... More »

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A vertex is a corner on a polygon, polytope or polyhedron, and when faces, facets or edges of an object come together, a vertex forms; however, because a sphere features no meeting points, it has no vertices. Even though... More »