It is a sequence of numbers that represents how many spheres you would have in a pyramid of different heights.
A Pyramid by definition has a square foundation, four sides each in the form of a triangle rising to terminate in a point. So, explain square pyramid. In mathematics a pyramid number, or square pyramidal number is a figurate number that represents the number of stacked spheres in a pyramid with a square base. Therefore on the top of the pyramid will be one sphere, underneath that will be four spheres, underneath that will be 9 spheres and underneath that will be 16 spheres. The numerical progression will be 1 - 4 - 9 - 16. So take any slice though a pyramid (side to side that is) and you will have a top, a bottom and four sides
well at the bottom there is proberly two round spheres so what you do is you is times the spheres by the area of the pyramids base to find out how big it is. ^^this guy is trolling where is there a sphere in a pyramid
Earth has 3 spheres. Atmosphere, troposphere, ethosphere
there are 17 in as pyramid.
A pyramid has.
Spheres have no edges.
there are zero edges
There are many blocks in a pyramid
a triangular pyramid
It depends on what type of pyramid. Their is an square pyramid, a rectangular pyramid, a pentagonal pyramid, etc.