# How Many SIDES and FACES Do They Have?

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- HOW MANY SIDES AND FACES DO THEY HAVE? // World Almanac for Kids;2004, p174
The article looks at various two- and three-dimensional figures and how many sides and faces they each have. When a figure is flat (two-dimensional), it is a plane figure. When a figure takes up space (three-dimensional), it is a solid figure. The flat surface of a solid figure is called a...

- HOW MANY SIDES AND FACES DO THEY HAVE? // World Almanac for Kids;2003, p168
When a figure is flat (two-dimensional), it is a plane figure. When a figure takes up space (three-dimensional), it is a solid figure. The flat surface of a solid figure is called a face. Plane and solid figures come in many different shapes. Some two dimensional shapes are squares, circles...

- HOW MANY SIDES AND FACES DO THEY HAVE? // World Almanac for Kids;2002, p171
When a figure is flat (two-dimensional), it is a plane figure. When a figure takes up space (three-dimensional), it is a solid figure. The flat surface of a solid figure is called a face. Plane and solid figures come in many different shapes. Some two dimensional shapes are squares, circles...

- How Many SIDES and FACES Do They Have? // World Almanac for Kids;2000, p179
This article provides information on two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes. When a figure is flat (two-dimensional), it is a plane figure. When a figure takes up space (three dimensional), it is a solid figure. The flat surface of a solid figure is called a face. Plane and solid figures...

- HOW MANY SIDES AND FACES DO THEY HAVE? // World Almanac for Kids;2001, p173
This article provides information on two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes. When a figure is flat (two-dimensional), it is a plane figure. When a figure takes up space (three dimensional), it is a solid figure. The flat surface of a solid figure is called a face. Plane and solid figures...

- Refined Analysis of the Influence of the Inhomogeneous Layers on the Stress State of Circular and Noncircular Cylindrical Shells. Bykhovets, O. N. // International Applied Mechanics;Jul2002, Vol. 38 Issue 7, p872
We study the stress state of laminated inhomogeneous closed cylindrical shells generally with an arbitrary cross section, taking transverse shear into account on the basis of the straight-line element hypothesis. As an example, results are presented for a two-layer cylindrical shell whose cross...

- How many sides and faces do they have? // World Almanac for Kids;1996, p152
Focuses on shapes and figures. Plane and solid figures; The many different shapes that these figures come in; Information about polygons with a chart to show irregular and regular polygons; Details about polyhedrons.

- WHAT ARE POLYHEDRONS? // World Almanac for Kids;2005, p182
The article offers a look at polyhedrons. A polyhedron is a three-dimensional figure with four or more faces. Each face on a polyhedron is a polygon.

- WHAT ARE POLYGONS? // World Almanac for Kids;2003, p168
A polygon is a two-dimensional figure with three or more straight sides (called line segments). A square is a polygon. Polygons have different numbers of sides and each has a different name. If the sides are all the same length and all the angles between the sides are equal, the polygon is...