A triangular pyramid has four vertices and six edges. It is comprised of four equilateral triangles, with any one triangle being used as the base and the others connecting at the vertices to form a pyramid. 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 rectangular pyramid has a total of five vertices. In geometry, a vertex is the name given to a corner or intersection of geometric shapes. 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 triangular pyramid has four vertices. A square pyramid has five vertices. Other pyramids have a greater number of vertices depending on the shape of the base. More »

A triangular pyramid has three lateral faces and a triangular base. The construction of a pyramid requires a polygonal base with triangular lateral faces that meet at a common vertex. More »

A rectangular pyramid has a total of five vertices. In geometry, a vertex is the name given to a corner or intersection of geometric shapes. More »