# Faces, Edges and Vertices in Polyhedra

## Interactive practice questions

Shapes A and B are polyhedra while shape C is not. Why?

Shapes A and B consist of flat faces only, while shape C does not.

A

Shapes A and B are oblique, while shape C is not.

B

Shapes A and B are prisms, while shape C is not.

C

Shapes A and B are convex, while shape C is not.

D

Shapes A and B consist of flat faces only, while shape C does not.

A

Shapes A and B are oblique, while shape C is not.

B

Shapes A and B are prisms, while shape C is not.

C

Shapes A and B are convex, while shape C is not.

D
Easy
Less than a minute

Which of the following solids is a polyhedron?

Which of the following solids has faces, vertices and edges?

A number of 1cm x 1cm x 1cm cubes are glued together to form a 3cm x 3cm x 3cm cube. The outside faces of the large cube are painted blue and the small cubes are then pulled apart.

### Outcomes

#### GM5-6

Create accurate nets for simple polyhedra and connect three-dimensional solids with different two-dimensional representations