In order for a figure to be congruent, it has to be the same shape and size.
no because it is not the same shape or size.
Yes. A polyhedron is a geometric shape with flat surfaces and straight edges, so a a pyramid with a rectangular base qualifies as a polyhedron. It is however not a regular polyhedron, which would require all the faces to be the same shape and size. To change your pyramid to a regular polyhedron you'd have to turn it into a tetrahedron.
It is a 3 dimensional shape that has 6 equal size faces, 12 equal size edges and 8 vertices or corners.
A cube must have 6 faces, all the same size, all squares. A cuboid only has to have 6 faces. (Sometimes a cuboid is defined as a shape that has six faces that are all rectangles.) A cuboid is a broader range of solids than a cube. A cube is a type of cuboid.
A cuboid and a pyramid with a pentagonal base both have 6 faces. However, usually when this question is asked, the asker is looking for a regular solid for which all the faces are the same shape and size. In that case, only a cube qualifies.
A square I think.
I think Its a Sphere
A size of a cuboid is 56
no only a square has all the faces of the same size