1 face 0 edgesOne face, no edges.
A cone has 1 face, 0 edges, and one vertex. The face is the circular flat area. The cone can roll, so it has no edges. Edges have to be straight. The vertex is the pointy thing opposite to the face.
1 face 10 edges
One face and no edges
Nothing, in particular. According to the Euler characteristic, regular polyhedra satisfy the following: Face + Vertices = Edges + 2 This gives Face + Vertices + Edges = 2 + 2*Edges = 2*(1+Edges) which, since it has the variable "edges" on the RHS as well, is not particularly helpful nor informative.
No edges, no corners, but it is considered to have 1 face.
A regular dodecahedron, for example. Each face is a regular pentagon so no face has parallel sides. However, the edges on opposite faces are parallel to one another.
A cylinder has a circular face at each end, and a rectangular face folder around the middle. The only edges are the edges of the circular ends.
3 vertices, 3 edges and 1 face.