How many edges does a triangular cylinder have? 9 edges Triangular prisms have 6 vertices and 9 edges! How many edges are in a cylinder? A face is a flat surface. An edge is where

## How many edges does a triangular cylinder have?

9 edges

Triangular prisms have 6 vertices and 9 edges!

**How many edges are in a cylinder?**

A face is a flat surface. An edge is where two faces meet. A vertex is a corner where edges meet….Vertices, edges and faces.

Name | Cylinder |
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Faces | 3 |

Edges | 2 |

Vertices | 0 |

### How many edges does a triangular based prism?

A triangular prism consists of 6 vertices and 9 edges. The edges and vertices of the base of the triangular prism is joined with each other by the three rectangular sides. The bases of a triangular prism is in the shape of a triangle and the faces are in the shape of a rectangle.

**Where are the edges of a cylinder?**

The cylinder has two identical circular faces on the top and bottom. When viewed from the top or bottom, a cylinder looks circular. A cylinder has 2 curved edges that wrap around the circular faces on the top and bottom of the shape.

#### Does a cone and cylinder have edges?

Lead students to see that a cone has no edges, but the point where the surface of the cone ends is called the vertex of the cone. Students should realize that although a cylinder has two faces, the faces don’t meet, so there are no edges or vertices.

**What is an example of triangular prism?**

A triangular prism has two triangular bases and three rectangular sides and is a pentahedron because it has five faces. Camping tents, triangular roofs and “Toblerone” wrappers — chocolate candy bars — are examples of triangular prisms.

## Does a cylinder have an edge?

Students should realize that although a cylinder has two faces, the faces don’t meet, so there are no edges or vertices.

**What is the 3D shape with the most faces?**

Rhombicosidodecahedron

Rhombicosidodecahedron | |
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References | U27, C30, W14 |

Properties | Semiregular convex |

Colored faces | 3.4.5.4 (Vertex figure) |

Deltoidal hexecontahedron (dual polyhedron) | Net |