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How Many Faces, Edges And Vertices Does A Cylinder Have?

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3 faces-0 vertices and 2 edges
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It depends on how you define edge.  If it is defined as a straight line segment, or the line segment created when two faced meet, then the answer would be:
Faces - 2
Edges - 0
Vertices - 0
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Three faces, two edges, and zero vertices
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3 faces 5 edges 6 vertices
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2 flat faces, and 1 curved face, presuming it's not a hollow cylinder, in which case it has 2 curved faces.
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All the answer are incorrect the answer is
two face
no edges
no vertices
BECAUSE NONE OF THE LINES IN A CYLINDER ARE STRAIGHT SO THEY CAN'T HAVE VERTICES OR EDGES !
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A cylinder DOESN'T have any flat surfaces, unless it's enclosed on the ends.  In that case
the cylinder would have 1  fat surface at each end.   Seesee
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Faces-2 the base and the slanted side
Edges-1 separating the base and apex
Vertices-1 there is an apex which is the tip, or top of the cone
 
 
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All of you are incorrect
Cylinder - 2 faces, 0 edges, 0 vertices 
Sphere – 0 faces, 0 edges, 0 vertices

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