A cylinder has zero vertices. A cylinder does not have a vertex because there is no point where two lines meet. This is because a cylinder, unlike a prism, has circular faces; there is no corner where two straight lines meet.
A vertex is where two lines intersect. It is otherwise known as a corner. A triangle, for example, has three vertices while a square has four. Threedimensional objects tend to have more vertices than do twodimensional figures because they have more corners than their twodimensional counterparts. A cube, for example, has eight vertices, and a triangular prism has six.
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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The cylinder cut in half vertically is called cylindania. If it is a horizontal section then the cut pieces will also be called cylinders. report this answer. Answered by kgb agent
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