Euler’s Theorem holds that faces, vertices and edges are related by the formula:F+V=E+2

# If You Know The Number Of Faces And Vertices In A Polyhedron How Can You Calculate The Number Of Edges Without Counting Them?

Add the faces and vertices - 2

You are wrong Euler's Theorem is actually F − E + V = 2.

No clue

How do you find the number of edges in a polyhedron if you only know the faces and vertices