Q: How are 8 and 6 alike?

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They're both even, divisible by 2(hence even), consecutive even integers, multiples of 24 and 48.

For example an irregular and a regular octagon are alike because:- They both have 8 sides They both have 8 exterior angles that add up to 380 degrees They both have 8 interior angles that add up to 1080 degrees They both have 20 diagonals They both can be cut into 6 triangles

Both cones and pyramids have one base and they all have a vertex, or they all come to a point. That is what makes them alike. What make them different is that a cone has one curved edge at its base, and a pyramid has 6 to 8 edges which is not curved

a square

6/8 - 6/8 = 0

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They both have 6 facesThey both have 12 edgesThey both have 8 vertices

because 4+4=8

They're both even, divisible by 2(hence even), consecutive even integers, multiples of 24 and 48.

For example an irregular and a regular octagon are alike because:- They both have 8 sides They both have 8 exterior angles that add up to 380 degrees They both have 8 interior angles that add up to 1080 degrees They both have 20 diagonals They both can be cut into 6 triangles

They are numbers.

The dimensions given are that of a cuboid which has 6 faces, 12 edges and 8 vertices

1/5 + 2/5 = 3/5 In addition the denominators stay the same (If they are alike). You just add the numerators. Ex: 6/8 + 2/8 = 8/8 or 1.

Both cones and pyramids have one base and they all have a vertex, or they all come to a point. That is what makes them alike. What make them different is that a cone has one curved edge at its base, and a pyramid has 6 to 8 edges which is not curved

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