a tetrahedron (aka three dimensional triangle)
A 4 dimensional object is called a Tesseract or "hybercube"Although if you want to get into string-theory and related advanced subject matters, the Tesseract is not a 4 dimensional object at all, but simply an advanced 3 dimensional object which only represents the 4th dimension; a visual aide if you will.
A rectangle is a 2-dimensional object and cannot have a volume, which is a 3-dimensional concept. The volume of the rectangular prism or cuboid, whose dimensions are 4 by 5 by 3 is 4*5*3 = 60 cubic units.
A polyhedron is a 2 dimensional object. To have fasce it would have to be at least 3 dimensional. If you want to know what is a polyhedron with 4 sides, it's a quadrilateral THAT'S NOT QUITE RIGHT - actually it's completely false. Sorry, Ratty, a polyhedron is a 3 dimensional figure. Polygon refers to 2 dimensional figures. A pyramid with a triangular base is a polyhedron with 4 faces.
4 #2 answ: 2 dimensional = 4 3 dimensional = 6
A cube is a three dimensional object with all faces squares. A cuboid is a three dimensional object with 4, or all 6, faces rectangles (and not square).
No because a quadrilateral is a 4 sided 2 dimensional polygon whereas a pyramid is a 3 dimensional polyhedron
no it is a 4 dimensional figure not a 3 dimensional figure * * * * * No. A quadrilateral is a two dimensional figure. It has a length and a breadth and no more.
If you're talking about 2 dimensional, then a quadrilateral. If 3 dimensional then a tetrahedron.