Table of Contents

- 1 What shape has 3 pairs of congruent rectangular faces?
- 2 What is the best name for a shape that has 2 triangular bases and 3 rectangular faces?
- 3 Which solid figure has faces?
- 4 What are the 3D shapes called?
- 5 What is a solid figure?
- 6 Is prism A solid figure?
- 7 Which is an example of a solid figure?
- 8 Are there any solid shapes with no edges?

## What shape has 3 pairs of congruent rectangular faces?

Name | Definition |
---|---|

Cube | A six-sided polyhedron that has congruent squares as faces. |

Rectangular prism | A polyhedron that has three pairs of congruent, rectangular, parallel faces. |

Pyramid | A polyhedron with a polygonal base and a collection of triangular faces that meet at a point. |

**What 3D shape has 2 triangular faces and 3 rectangular faces?**

triangular prism

A triangular prism has 5 faces (2 triangular faces, 3 rectangular faces), 9 edges, 6 vertices, and slides and stacks.

### What is the best name for a shape that has 2 triangular bases and 3 rectangular faces?

A triangular prism has 2 triangular faces and 3 rectangular faces.

**What is the name of the solid figure?**

Answer: The major types of solid shapes are: cubes, cuboids, prisms, pyramids, platonic solids, torus, cone, cylinder, and sphere.

#### Which solid figure has faces?

Using Faces, Edges, and Vertices to Identify a Solid

Figure Name | Number of Faces | Number of Vertices |
---|---|---|

cone | 1 | 0 |

cylinder | 2 | 0 |

pyramid | at least 4 | at least 4 |

prism | at least 5 | at least 6 |

**What is a solid with a square base and triangular side faces?**

Pyramid is a solid figure, the base of which is a triangle or square or some other polygon and its side faces are equilateral triangles that converges to a point at the top.

## What are the 3D shapes called?

3D shapes

Cube | Cuboid |
---|---|

Sphere | Square-based pyramid |

Cylinder | Triangular prism |

Pentagonal pyramid | Hexagonal prism |

**What shapes make up a triangular prism?**

A triangular prism is a three-dimensional polyhedron, made up of two triangular faces and three rectangular faces. It has 5 faces, 9 edges, and 6 vertices. The 2 bases are in the shape of a triangle and the other 3 faces are shaped like a rectangle.

### What is a solid figure?

Solid figures are three-dimensional (3-D) figures that have length, height and width. The three-dimensional figure can be hollow of solid. Face: is the flat surface of a solid figure. A face of a solid figure can be a square, a rectangle, a triangle or a circle. Edge: is the line segment two faces of a solid meet.

**What is a solid shape?**

Solid shapes are nothing but solids that consist of 3 dimensions, namely length, breadth, and height. Solid shapes are also known as 3D shapes. These solid shapes occupy space and are found in our day-to-day life. We touch, feel, and use them.

#### Is prism A solid figure?

A prism is a solid figure that has two parallel congruent sides that are called bases that are connected by the lateral faces that are parallelograms. There are both rectangular and triangular prisms.

**Which is a solid shape with six faces?**

A cube has six faces that are all rectangles, so a cube can be known as a rectangular prism. A cone is a solid figure that has a circular face on one end, called the base, and a point at the other end where the sides meet. I’m pretty sure we have all enjoyed an ice cream cone at one point in our lives.

## Which is an example of a solid figure?

A pyramid is a solid figure that has a polygon as its base on one end and triangular faces all meeting at a single point on the other end. Many of us have heard of the Great Pyramids of Egypt. These are a perfect example of a pyramid in the world around us.

**What are the faces and edges of 3 D solids?**

3-D Solids: Faces, Edges and Vertices 3-D Solid FACES EDGES VERTICES CUBE 6 12 8 RECTANGULAR PRISM 6 12 8 CYLINDER 2 0 0 CONE 1 0 0

### Are there any solid shapes with no edges?

No vertex. No edges. 1 curved face [Image will be Uploaded Soon] A cylinder is known to be a solid figure that has two circular bases and one curved side. A cylinder is similar to a cone, except that rather than only one circular base and a point on the other end, there are circular bases on both ends connected by the curved side.