Adjacent Faces

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Definition of Adjacent Faces

Adjacent Faces are the two faces that share a common edge.

Examples of Adjacent Faces

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  • Faces ABCD and DCEF are adjacent.
  • Faces ABCD and HGEF are not adjacent as they do not share a common edge.

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Solved Example on Adjacent Faces


Which of the following is a pair of adjacent faces in the figure shown?

    example of Adjacent Faces
    A. ABCD and BCEH
    B. ABCD and EFGH
    C. DCEF and ABHG
    D. AGFD and BCEH
    Correct Answer: A


    Step 1: Adjacent faces share a common edge between each other.
    Step 2: So, in the given figure, ABCD and BCEH are the adjacent faces as they share a common edge (BC) between each other.

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