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A tetrahedron is a polyhedron with four sides (tetra means 4) that are triangles. So one fourth of a tetrahedron is a triangle.

Q: What is one fourth of a tetrahedron?

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One: a tetrahedron is a single solid.

The ratios are "small to large".

In a molecule of phosphorus fluoride, the phosphorus atom is in the center, and it is surrounded by the three fluoride atoms which are arranged at three of the four points of a tetrahedron. (The fourth point of the tetrahedron contains an electron pair from the phosphorus atom.)

A four faced figure is a tetrahedron. If they are all congruent triangles, they are all equilateral triangles and it is a regular tetrahedron - one of the 5 Platonic Solids.

A tetrahedron.

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One: a tetrahedron is a single solid.

The ratios are "small to large".

In a molecule of phosphorus fluoride, the phosphorus atom is in the center, and it is surrounded by the three fluoride atoms which are arranged at three of the four points of a tetrahedron. (The fourth point of the tetrahedron contains an electron pair from the phosphorus atom.)

I am not a tetrahedron!

No.

A four faced figure is a tetrahedron. If they are all congruent triangles, they are all equilateral triangles and it is a regular tetrahedron - one of the 5 Platonic Solids.

A tetrahedron.

A pyramid with a triangle as base is considered as a tetrahedron. It is a three dimensional polyhedron with 4 equilateral triangles as its sides. If one would look at the word tetrahedron, it literally means "with four planes".

No. The faces of a tetrahedron are equilateral triangles, but none of the faces is parallel to another one of the faces -- they could not be parallel, since by the definition of a tetrahedron, all the faces intersect(!) and parallel planes do not intersect.

A tetrahedron has 4 faces.

Well, a tetrahedron has four sides. A regular tetrahedron is a triangular pyramid.