Study guides

☆☆

Q: What is a 3 dimensional pentagon called?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Related questions

The regular dodecahedron is the 3-dimensional analog of a regular pentagon. In other words, it is a three-dimensional pentagon.

A 3 dimensional pentagon has 15 edges

A pentagon is a 2 dimensional object. The 3 dimensional object, with 12 pentagonal faces, is called a dodecahedron.

No

Its a pentagonal prism.

dodecahedron

7

There are infinitely many 3-dimensional shapes with a pentagon as its base.

Assuming you mean a pentagon - not penagon, a 3-dimensional pentagon is a dodecahedron which has 12 faces.

Easy answer: no. A rhombus is a 3 dimensional shapebased on a parallelogram which has 4 sides. A pentagon is a 2 dimensional shape with 5 sides.

A 2-dimensional shape of many sides, such as hexagon, pentagon, and octagone, is called a polygon

Pentagon. Or if you're going 3-dimensional, then a pyramid.

a pentagon is a 2 dimensional figure. It does not have a base.

pentagonal triangle

A five-sided 2-dimensional shape is a pentagon.

Yes.

A five sided 2 dimensional object is called a pentagon.

A 5-sided 2-dimensional figure is a pentagon and a 5-sided 3-dimensional shape is a pentahedron.

Yes.

A 3D pentagon could be called a pentagonal prism or possibly a dodecahedron!

10 vertices

Two-dimensional: Pentagon Three-dimensional: Pentahedron

The three dimensional figures are called Space figures

None normally because a pentagon is 2 dimensional 5 sided shape whereas a sphere is a 3 dimensional globular shape.

A pentagon is a 2 dimensional shape. It typically rests in the x-y plane, however, if it were transposed into the x-z or y-z plane, it could be said to have an altitude. Altitude is normally reserved for 3 dimensional shapes such as the pentoid.