# How Many Faces Does a Cube Have?

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A cube has six faces since it's a three dimensional solid object. Three edges connect at every corner to make a vertex. It has twelve edges and eight vertices and its other name is a regular hexahedron. It's also part of the five regular polyhedrons, which are also called platonic solids.
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A cube has 6 faces, 8 vertices and 12 edges.
A cube has a total of six faces. A common example of a cube is the standard six sided and numbered dice that comes in your favorite board game.
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