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Items that feature a pyramid shape can be found inside the house and can be a part of a house itself. For example, the roof on a home often features a pyramid-type design. Camping tents, when erected, can take the shape ... More »

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Pyramid shapes are virtually everywhere; they are prominent in the world of architecture and in works of art. Well-known examples include the Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas, the Great Pyramid of Giza and various graphs used to... More »

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Pyramids are three-dimensional tetrahedrons with a base, which can be rectangular or triangular, and corresponding sides comprised of triangles that meet at a single apex. Thus, because there are multiple kinds of pyrami... More »

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The Great Pyramids of Egypt are square pyramids. Their base is in the shape of a square, and the apex is centered on top. More »

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A tetrahedron is a four-faced polyhedron, or three-dimensional shape, created with triangles. The triangles in a tetrahedron are usually equilateral. To make a tetrahedron, you need paper, scissors, glue and an instrumen... More »

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