# Which of the following 3d shape have no vertices or edges?

## Which of the following 3d shape have no vertices or edges?

(d) Sphere Since, a sphere has only one curved face, so it has no vertex and no edges.

What 3d shape has no vertex?

A sphere is a solid figure that has no faces, edges, or vertices. This is because it is completely round; it has no flat sides or corners. A cone has one face, but no edges or vertices. Its face is in the shape of a circle.

### Does sphere have face?

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.

How many faces does a 2D shape have?

It’s 2D shape is a rectangle. circle. and a pointed vertex. Has 2 faces.

#### What 3d shape has no vertices 2 edges 2 flat faces and 1 curved surface?

Another word for corners is vertices. A face is the part of the shape that has the largest surface area – some can be flat, some can be curved e.g. a cube has 6 flat faces whereas a cylinder has 2 flat faces and 1 curved face. A cube has 8 corners, as does a cuboid. A sphere has no edges and therefore no corners.

What are edges in 3D shapes?

A face is a 2D shape that makes up one surface of a 3D shape, an edge is where two faces meet and a vertex is the point or corner of a geometric shape.

## What 3D shape has two triangular and three rectangular faces?

A triangular prism is a 3D shape, which has two opposing triangular sides which are connected by three rectangular faces. The opposing triangular sides must be the same size and shape for it to qualify as a prism.

What are the features of a 3D shape?

Faces: The outside surfaces of a 3D shape.

• Edges: The boundaries between each face on a 3D shape
• Vertices: Also known as corners,vertices are where two or more edges meet.
• ### What are all the 3D shapes?

The world is 3D. Look around-whatever you can touch is a 3D shape. 3D shapes take up space. Only the 3D shape or object itself can occupy its own space. For example, no other human can stand where you are standing. In mathematics, there are standard 3D shapes, such as spheres, cubes, prisms, cones, and pyramids.