Another figure in geometry that can sometimes cause problems when we want to know how many faces it has is the cylinder.

First, we will say that it is a prism with a circular base and a lateral face. This means that the prism has 3 faces.

The cylinder has 3 faces and 2 edges, so the intersections between the sides of the cylinder are called. The two bases are of equal size, and the lateral face is formed by encompassing the bases that are joined.

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It is a figure that we see a lot at home, in jars and tubes of candy or potato chips.