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cylinder A cylinder has 0 vertices, 0 edges and 2 faces
Rectangular prism A rectangular prism has 8 vertices 6 faces and 12 edges
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Square pyramid A square pyramid has 5 vertices and 5 faces
sphere A sphere has o sides and 0 faces and 0 vertices
cone A cone has 1 vertices 1 face 0 edges
Hexagonal prism A hexagonal prism has 8 faces 12 vertices and 18 edges
Rectangular pyramid A
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