How Many Faces Does a Cylinder Have?

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A cylinder has 3 faces, the circles on the top and bottom and the circular face. There are two circular edges and two vertices
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A cylinder has 2 bases and 1 curved surface, no vertices and technically does not have any edges.
Because a cylinder has a curved surface, it is technically not a polyhedron. The terms "faces" and "edges" only apply to polyhedra which have flat surfaces, straight edges and vertices.
If you think of a can of soup and the possible ways in which you can place it on your counter top without rolling off, you would more than likely come to the conclusion of there being two possibilities. That is because a cylinder has exactly two faces in which it can sit without rolling off the counter.
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A cylinder is a geometric figure that has two distinct faces. One of the faces is on the bottom and the other one is on the top. If you think of a can of soup, then you can visualize
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On a cylinder, there are two faces.
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Depending on the definition used for "faces" a cylinder has 2 flat faces (the 2
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a Circle. TWo faces on the cylinder. Like a pipe, and one for a cone. like an ice cream cone.
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A cylinder is a geometric figure that has two distinct faces. One of the faces is on the bottom and the other one is on the top. If you think of a can of soup, ...
A cylinder is a geometric figure that has two distinct faces. One of the faces is on the bottom and the other one is on the top. If you think of a can of soup, ...
A cylinder is a geometric figure that has two distinct faces. One of the faces is on the bottom and the other one is on the top. If you think of a can of soup, ...
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