# 2D and 3D Shapes

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- Q1What do these two polygons have in common?They both have 10 sidesThey are both 3-D shapesThey both have 6 sidesThey are both decagons300s
- Q2How many vertices does this rectangular prism have?4100812300s
- Q3What do these 3-D shapes have in common?They all have 1 vertexThey have edgesThey are spheresThey roll300s
- Q4How many sides does this heptagon have?58710300s
- Q5How many faces does this cylinder have?2130300s
- Q6These party hats are an example of what 3-D shape?Triangular prismCylinderConeCube300s
- Q7How many vertices does this octagon have?69810300s
- Q8All of these shapes are.....triangles3-D shapesquadrilateralsrectangular prisms300s
- Q9This is a sphere. How many faces, edges and vertices does a sphere have?0 faces, 0 edges, 0 vertices2 faces, 2 edges, 2 vertices1 face, 0 edges, 0 vertices0 faces, 3 edges, 0 vertices300s
- Q10How many vertices does this decagon have?20031013300s