# How Many Faces, Edges And Vertices Does A Sphere Have?

1 face, 0 edges, 0 vertices
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1 face o edges 0 vertices
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A sphere is continuous with no edges, so a "face" doesn't really apply and without a face there can be no edges and no vertices.
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One face no vertices and edges
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One face, zero edges and vertices
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That is incorrect. A face is a FLAT surface on a 3 dimensional shape. Therfore, a sphere has NO faces, NO vertices, and NO edges. It does however have a curved surface.
A vertex can either be the intersection of polygon edges, or a local extremum. A sphere has none of the former type, but an infinite number of the latter type.

Everywhere on a sphere, the derivative of curvature is zero, for a sphere has constant curvature.
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A sphere has 1 face, 0 edges and 0 vertices.

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This is an interesting question. There are no verticies.
There are no edges.
There are two surfaces. The inside and the outside of the sphere. I asume sphere in the mathmatical sense on not in the solid object sense.
You need to define faces. It has:
0, if you define face as flat surface such as the surface of a prism.
1, if you define face as a the outside surfaces (solid object).
2, if you define a face as a surface.
Infinite, if you define a face as a group of points on a object on to which all have an equal normal.
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A sphere does not have any vertices!
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Zero IF you are using terms used for polyhedra - which are often the general terms shown in primary school maths text books

1) if you want to clarify by stating it is a CURVED face.
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1, all around it.
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None it all odd ball get it odd ball
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