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Q: What do you call a 3 D pentagon shape?

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A five-sided 3D figure is a pentahedron.

It is not clear what the question means since a pentagon must be a 2-d shape.

a pentagon.... it is pretty self explanatory.

There are multiple 3-d pentagon shapes. One such is the Dodecahedron, it has 30 edges and 20 vertices. Another 3-d pentagon shape is the pentagonal prism.

In 2-d a pentagon, in 3-d a rectangular pyramid.

It depends on what you mean by a 3-d pentagon. To most people, a 3-d pentagon is a dodecahedron - a 3d shape with 12 pentagonal faces. In that case, each of the faces, by definition, must be a pentagon! If you mean a pentahedron - a 3d shape with 5 plane faces, it could be a triangular prism or a quadrilateral based pyramid. In the first cae the bases are triangles, in the second, a quadrilateral.

A dodecahedron is a 3-d shape with 12 faces that are regular pentagons.

A 3-D pentagon

a pentagon

A pentagon is a 2-D shape. You can't find the volume of it unless it's 3-D. The formula for the area of a pentagon has something to do with the perimeter, the number of sides, the apothem, and the number 2.

A square pyramid.

A pentagon is a 2-D shape. There is a 3-D shape with 12 faces, each a regular pentagon. It's called a dodecahedron. To make one out of (stiff) paper, you would cut out a "net", then fold and glue the edges. See related link for an illustration of a net you could print out.

I'm assuming you mean a 3-d shape with faces of pentagons. This is called a Dodecahedron

A 3-d shape made from pentagonal faces is a dodecahedron (12 sides).

The 3D shape formed by regular pentagons is a dodecahedron, which has 30 edges.

It's a pentagon.

i think the shape is a 2-D closed figurethen it can be a pentagon

a stop sign

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An edge of a 3-d pentagon is the intersection of two of its adjacent faces.

Wich 3 D shape has a corner on it?

It is a dodecahedron, and you can see images at the link below. Drawing it, though, depends on your artistic skill at projecting 3-d images onto 2-d.

No, it is a 3-d shape. A circle is a 2-d shape.

a 3-d dodecahedron has 12 pentagon shaped sides