3 faces-0 vertices and 2 edges

I think there are 2 faces, 0 vertices, and 0 edges on a cylinder.

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

Faces - 2

Edges - 0

Vertices - 0

Three faces, two edges, and zero vertices

3 faces 5 edges 6 vertices

Have 2 faces and 2 curved edges

2 flat faces, and 1 curved face, presuming it's not a hollow cylinder, in which case it has 2 curved faces.

2 faces, no edges, no vertices

A cylinder has Faces: 3 ; Edges: 2 , curved surfaces : 1 and Vertices : 0

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 !

two face

no edges

no vertices

BECAUSE NONE OF THE LINES IN A CYLINDER ARE STRAIGHT SO THEY CAN'T HAVE VERTICES OR EDGES !

I think it has 2 faces

2 0 0

3 sides/faces, 2 edges, no vertices

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

the cylinder would have 1 fat surface at each end. Seesee

It has two faces no vertices and no edges

Two faces, 0 edges, o vertices

2 faces, 2 curved edges and 0 vertices

2 faces o vertices and o edges because it is curved

Faces = 2

vertices = 0

edges = 0

vertices = 0

edges = 0

2faaces

2 faces/ 0 edges/ 0 vertices

A cylinder has 2 faces, 2 edges and 0 verticies.

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

Edges-1 separating the base and apex

Vertices-1 there is an apex which is the tip, or top of the cone

All of you are incorrect

Cylinder - 2 faces, 0 edges, 0 vertices

Sphere – 0 faces, 0 edges, 0 vertices

Cylinder - 2 faces, 0 edges, 0 vertices

Sphere – 0 faces, 0 edges, 0 vertices