There would be 8 faces. Each square pyramid has 1 square face (its base) and 4 triangular faces. When you glue the squares together, you get a new polyhedron with 8 faces.
Yes. A square consists of two pairs of parallel lines!
There are two faces on a square (front and back.) There are six faces on a cube.
Two. 4 faces are triangles and the base is a square.
One. A square is a two dimensional image.
An octahedron formed by joining together (base-to-base) two square-based pyramids.
A square prism (a cuboid with at least two square faces at its ends).
A face is a flat surface, like the front or top of a box. If you look at a square you will see that there are two sides so there are two faces.
Two or zero. A cuboid can have 6 rectangular faces; or 4 rectangular faces with 2 square faces on either end
It's a square only.
A rectangular prism does not need to have any square faces. All its faces may be rectangular in shape. However, it may also have two or four square faces, yet still be a rectangular prism.
Octahedron. It is two square pyramids that share a base (Imagine a pyramid from Egypt, flip it upside down, and stick that to the bottom of the original pyramid).
Two. Triangles and a square
a square has 4 facesA square is a two dimensional object which has just 1 face.
All rectangular prisms have six faces, but if it's a RECTANGULAR prism, it's not possible for it to have six SQUARE faces, they only have two of those. In total, they usually have four rectangular faces and two square faces.
A square prism is one whose two ends are square and the remaining 4 faces are rectangles.
It's an Octohedron, which has 8 triangular faces. Think of one of the great pyramids in Egypt, with a square base and four triangular sides. Take two of these, turn one upside down, and glue them together along the square base. You wind up with 8 triangular faces, and 12 edges!
A di-pentagonal pyramid: which is two pentagonal pyramids with their pentagonal faces stuck together.
There are many such shapes, not just two. Here are some:A nonagonal pyramidAn octagonal prismA square anti-prism (two square faces, with triangles between them)A decahedronA pentagonal bipyramid (two pentagonal pyramids stuck together at their pentagonal faces).Each one is known as a decahedron (plural decahedra).
The answer depends on whether they are stuck together on their square faces or triangular faces. Without that information, the question has no proper answer.
An octahedron: two quadrilateral based pyramids with their bases together.
A square is only two dimensional and has one face and 4 corners. Its 3 dimensional counterpart, the cube, has 6 faces and 8 corners or vertices.
that's easy its a triangle * * * * * That is such a nonsensical answer! A triangle is not even a polyhedron. The correct answer is an octahedron - two square based pyramids stuck together along their bases.