No. A triangular pyramid describes a triangle whose base is a triangle (not just the sides which define it as a pyramid), whereas a rectangular pyramid is one whose base is a rectangle. A triangle and a rectangle are not the same (a triangle is not a rectangle, and a rectangle is not a triangle), so it would be incorrect to refer to a triangle-based pyramid as a rectangle pyramid.
pyramid An pyramid is a geometric solid of the shape made famous by the royal tombs of ancient Egypt. It is a solid whose base is a polygon and whose lateral faces are triangles with a common vertex
A regular pyramid has a regular polygon base and a vertex over the center of the base. By:Cherrylvr :)
If by "vertex," you mean "apex," than any pyramid would fit the description.
A rectangle pyramid is a 4 sided pyramid (4 sided in the triangles) with a base of a rectangle. An Egyptian pyramid is a great example of a rectangular pyramid.
Yes. This vertex is also known as the apex.
pyramid and coneIn the list given, only the cone and pyramid have a vertex.
the shape of the base of a rectangular pyramid is a rectangle.
It is a rectangle.