# Square Pyramid # Rectangular Pyramid # Triangular Pyramid
The rectangular pyramid - it has a square base, so has four vertices rather than the three of a triangular one.
A pyramid (3D)! Some examples: - triangular base pyramid - square base pyramid - rectangular base pyramid - cone
Yes, a rectangular pyramid is made of four triangular faces and a rectangular base.
A square pyramid has a square base and four sides. A triangular pyramid has a triangular base and three sides.
A rectangular pyramid has 5 faces: a rectangular base, and 4 triangular faces.
A triangular pyramid has a triangular base and three triangular faces meeting at its apex. A square pyramid has a square base and four triangular faces meeting at its apex.
A prism can have a triangular cross-section with a rectangular base
The base of a triangular prism is a triangle and the base of a square pyramid is a square.
The difference in a triangular and rectangular pyramid only has to do with the base of the pyramid, which in turn decide how many sides the pyramid will have. A triangular pyramid has a base shaped like a triangle, which ends up having a total of 4 sides (including the base itself). A rectangular pyramid has a rectangular base, which ends up having a total of 5 sides (including the base itself).
Square Pyramid has a square base and 4 triangular sides. Triangular Pyramid has a triangle base and 3 triangular sides.
a square * * * * * That would be a square pyramid! A triangular pyramid would have ... wait for it ... a TRIANGULAR base! Worth waiting for, wasn't it?