A square is a polygon with four vertices. The shape has four equal sides and four 90-degree angles; thus, it is called a regular quadrilateral. The sides meet in four corners, which are called vertices. More »

A square-based pyramid has five vertices. The vertices are the corner points formed by the intersection of three edges. For a square-based pyramid, there are four vertices at the bottom, and one at the apex. More »

A cylinder has zero vertices. A cylinder does not have a vertex because there is no point where two lines meet. This is because a cylinder, unlike a prism, has circular faces; there is no corner where two straight lines ... More »

The vertices of a polygon is the point where two sides of the polygon intersect or the point that is the farthest away from the base of the polygon. The number of vertices a polygon has is determined by the type of polyg... More »

A square has four corners, which are also referred to as vertices. At each of the four corners of a square, two perpendicular lines meet to form a right angle. A square contains a total of 360 interior degrees. More »

A rectangular pyramid has a total of five vertices. In geometry, a vertex is the name given to a corner or intersection of geometric shapes. More »

A cube has 12 edges, 24 angles, eight vertices and six faces. A cube is a regular solid made up of six equal squares. Additionally, all angles within the cube are right angles and all sides are the same length. More »