A Cheops or square pyramid has eight edges. This type of pyramid also has five faces, including the base, as well as five corners, known as vertices. This is the type of design used in the construction of the Great Pyram... More »

A square pyramid has eight edges. Four of the edges are located where the faces meet each other to form the four sides, and the remaining four occur where the side faces meet the base. More »

A pyramid with a hexagon-shaped base has 12 edges, seven faces and seven vertices (points where edges meet). The qualities of a polyhedron are intrinsically related to one another, as is shown using an equation called Eu... More »

A square based pyramid has eight edges. It has four edges on its square base and four edges along the four triangles that make up its sides. More »

A square pyramid has eight edges. Four of the edges are located where the faces meet each other to form the four sides, and the remaining four occur where the side faces meet the base. More »

A triangular pyramid has six edges. The base of the pyramid is a triangle and the three sides are also triangles. Another name for a triangular pyramid is a tetrahedron. More »

A pentagonal pyramid is characterized by six faces, six vertices and 10 edges. This three-dimensional polyhedron is a type of pyramid containing five triangular lateral faces and one pentagonal face, which is the base of... More »