A square-based pyramid has five vertices. The vertices are the corner points formed by the intersection of three edges. For a square-based pyramid, there are four vertices at the bottom, and one at the apex. More »

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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 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 square-based pyramid has five corners, which are typically called vertices. It consists of a square base, which has four corners, as well as a corner at the apex where the triangle faces converge. 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 square-based pyramid is a pentahedron with a base shaped like a square. This means that the square base has four sides that are all equal. The pyramid has five faces, consisting of its base and four triangles as sides. More »

A rectangular pyramid is a pyramid that has a rectangle as the base and the rest of the faces are composed of triangles. A pyramid is named based on the shape of the base of the pyramid. More »

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