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The base is square.

From the base there are four triangular faces that come to a point. . By the fact that the four faces come to a point, then no face is parallel.

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No, pyramids of any kind will never have any parallel faces. This is because all of the faces, excluding the base, must meet at a single point.

Q: Does square pyramid have at least one pair of parallel faces?

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Not true. They have only one base and several (3 or more) lateral triangular faces. A pyramid has a single vertex over a base - there are no parallel faces in any pyramid.

At least (and at most).

A square pyramid is a pyramid with a square base. It has 4 outer faces, all of which are triangles, that meet at the same point perpendicular to the centre of the base. All pyramids have at least 4 faces (including the base), where the outer faces are all triangular while the base can be trilateral, quadrilateral, or any other polygon. The quadrilateral form (the square pyramid) is the most common form of pyramid, and is the form associated with the Egyptian pyramids.

You need at least 4 faces for a pyramid. That type is known as Tetrahedron (http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tetrahedron)

A square prism (a cuboid with at least two square faces at its ends).

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Not true. They have only one base and several (3 or more) lateral triangular faces. A pyramid has a single vertex over a base - there are no parallel faces in any pyramid.

At least (and at most).

A pyramid can have 4 or more faces. A pyramid, with a n-sided polygon as base will have n+1 faces. The polygon with the least number of sides is a triangle and a triangular pyramid (tetrahedron) has 4 faces. A square based pyramid has 5 faces, and so on.

A square pyramid is a pyramid with a square base. It has 4 outer faces, all of which are triangles, that meet at the same point perpendicular to the centre of the base. All pyramids have at least 4 faces (including the base), where the outer faces are all triangular while the base can be trilateral, quadrilateral, or any other polygon. The quadrilateral form (the square pyramid) is the most common form of pyramid, and is the form associated with the Egyptian pyramids.

You need at least 4 faces for a pyramid. That type is known as Tetrahedron (http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tetrahedron)

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A square prism (a cuboid with at least two square faces at its ends).

triangular pyramid

A polyhedron with the fewest number of faces is a triangular pyramid - it has four faces including the base.

A cuboid is one of them.

A pyramid

It depends on the shape of the base, but yes it has at least 3 triangular faces!(yes)