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Q: What shape has only one base?

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a sphere

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a pyramid as long as there is only one base more specifically a rectangular pyramid

A 3D shape with one base and three faces can only have triangular faces.

The answer depends on the shape of the base: the appropriate formula will vary from one shape to another.

A sphere has no base, and since it has no base, it has only a surface area and no lateral area.

A sphere has no base, and since it has no base, it has only a surface area and no lateral area.

A cone has one vertex, one edge, and one base.

It would help to know what shape you are talking about. But since you have not bothered to provide that information, I cannot provide a sensible answer.

It is the base/face of a certain shape, as in a square, it would be the bottom line(the one on/closest to the ground).

You cannot. With only the base given (a parallelogram) you don't even know what the shape is: it could be a parallelepiped, or a parallelogram based pyramid or one of several other shapes.

In geometry, the only shape that has one surface is a plane.

A cone.

Yes, a polyhedron is only made up of one base which is bordered by straight lines. Each face is in fact a polygon, a closed shape in the flat 2-dimensional plane made up of points joined by straight lines.

All pyramids have only one base.All pyramids have only one base.All pyramids have only one base.All pyramids have only one base.

A cone. A hemisphere.

A triangle with a circular base

a cube

A straight line.

A cone

The term that best describes it is an "oxymoron". A solid shape with one base opposite a single point is not a prism so such an object cannot exist.

pentagonal pyramid

cone

A cone or a hemisphere or circle

Cone