3 Dimensional  Definition with Examples
The attributes of a threedimensional figure are faces, edges and vertices. The three dimensions compose the edges of a 3D geometric shape.
A cube, rectangular prism, sphere, cone and cylinder are the basic 3dimensional shapes we see around us.
We can see a cube in a Rubik’s cube and a die, a rectangular prism in a book and a box, a sphere in a globe and a ball, a cone in carrot and an ice cream cone and a cylinder in a bucket and a barrel, around us.
Here’s a list of the 3D or threedimensional shapes with their name, pictures and attributes.
Name of 3D shape:  Picture of 3D shape:  Attributes: 
Cube 
Faces  6 Edges  12 Vertices  8 

Rectangular Prism or Cuboid 
Faces  6 Edges  12 Vertices  8 

Sphere 
Curved Face  1 Edges  0 Vertices  0 

Cone 
Flat Face  1 Curved Face  1 Edges  1 Vertices  1 

Cylinder 
Flat Face  2 Curved Face  1 Edges  2 Vertices  0 
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