ummm.., I....... A cube, a cuboid, a pyramid, a cone, a sphere, a cylinder and a prism. Is it okay if I give you 12? Here you go: * Cube * Cone * Pyramid * Rectangular Prism * Pyramid * Cylinder * Sphere * Hexagonal Prism * Triangular Prism * Frustum of a Cone * Frustum of a Pyramid * Oval * Tube/Pipe A cube, a cuboid, a pyramid, a cone, a sphere, a cylinder and a prism.
no it's not a cone is a pyramid and has one base but a prism has two bases and is not a cone Actually, a cone is just a cone, like an ice cream cone. a prism is like a shape strechted out like a pipe. A cylindrical prism would be a pipe with closed ends.
Square Pyramid, Cube, Triangular Prism, Sphere, Cylinder, Rectangular Pyramid, Rectangular Prism, Cone.
a square a rectangle and a parallelogram
cone, cylinder, rectangular prism, square pyramid and triangular prism
The volume of the pyramid and cone is one third the volume of the corresponding (ie same [size] base and height) prism and cylinder.
(if the question is: which of the following are polyhedrons?) your answer is: pyramid and prism ( apex )
cube, cuboid, prism, sphere, cone, pyramid .....
Pyramid, triangular prism, cone.
Any kind of cube, prism, or pyramid (other than a circular prism a.k.a a cylinder or a circular pyramid a.k.a. a cone)
sphere: 0 edgescone: 1 edgerectangular prism: 8 edgescylinder: 0 edgestriangular prism:6 edgespentagonal prism: 10 edgestriangular-based pyramid: 4 edgessquare-based pyramid: 5 edges
the different spatial figures are: cone,prism,cylinder,rectangular prism,pyramid,cube,sphere
cube, prism, pyramid, cone, cylinder, etc.
cone,pyramid,sphere,cylinder,cube and rectangular prism
sphere, cylinder, cone, cube, cuboid, pyramid and a triangular prism
cylinder cube cone rectangular prism sphere circle pyramid
If we're talking in purely geometric terms: If the edges of a prism/cylinder make a right angle with the base, it is called a right prism/cylinder. If not, it is an oblique prism/cylinder...it will look as if it were slanting to one side instead of standing straight. Similarly, if the top vertex of a pyramid/cone is directly above the center of the base, it is a right pyramid/cone. Otherwise, it is an oblique pyramid/cone. Again, it will look a bit askew.
There are a lot of three dimensional shapes. Some shapes are a rectangular prism, triangular prism, rectangular prism, triangular pyramid, cube, cylinder, cone, and a sphere.
Examples of 3 dimensional structure are a pyramid, a cone, a cylinder, a prism, a cuboid ... etc
Hexagon, triangular prism, that's all I can think of. Also, a pyramid with a pentagon for a base.
A pyramid is a prism
A cone and a pyramid both have an apex.
A pyramid has one base, a prism has two.A pyramid has one base, a prism has two.A pyramid has one base, a prism has two.A pyramid has one base, a prism has two.
is a sphere a prisam