How Many Vertices 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 theoretically are no vertices in a cylinder, because vertices are the points where two lines meet.
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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.
A cylinder does not consist of any edges because it is round in shape and no flat edges meet together. Therefore, a cylinder has no vertices. You can find more information here: http://www.eduplace.com/math/mw/background/3/07/te_3_07_poly_develop2.html
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There are no vertices in a cylinder, because vertices are the points where two lines meet. A cylinder has only one line because it's made of circles.
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Cylinders have no vertices since the entire object is rounded. Only objects in which two lines meet in the same planar are are considered to have vertices.
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A vertex is a special kind of point, but a cylinder has no points, so it has no
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It can be stored both ways it does not make any different but when it’s in use the outlet must be on the top of the cylinder so you can get the gas out in gas phase if the outlet
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