8 straight sides
A pyramid does not need to have any equal sides. A REGULAR pyramid has as many equal sides as the number of sides on the base. So, a triangular pyramid (tetrahedron) will have 3 equal faces, a square based pyramid will have 4, etc.
6. Any pyramid has the number of faces of how many sides its base has plus one.
A rectangular pyramid has five sides
An octagonal pyramid has eight sides to it
a pyramid has 4 straight edges
4 faces. The number of faces on a pyramid is one more than the number of sides of the base. A triangle has 3 sides, therefore a triangular pyramid has 3 +1 = 4 faces.
n+1 = vertices of a pyramid If: n = number of sides of the polygonal base AND a pyramid has 1 point where line segments from points of the polygonal base intersect
A pyramid is a generic term, used to describe a three dimensional shape with a polygonal base and triangular sides that meet at an apex above the base. The base can be a polygon with any number of sides and the number of faces, edges and vertices of a pyramid depend on this number of sides. If the base is an n-sided polygon, then the pyramid has 2n edges.
divide it by how many sides it has
it has 80 that is the answer