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Q: How is a pyramid and a cuboid different?

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A cuboid and a pyramid for examples.

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ummm.., I....... A cube, a cuboid, a pyramid, a cone, a sphere, a cylinder and a prism. Is it okay if I give you 12? Here you go: * Cube * Cone * Pyramid * Rectangular Prism * Pyramid * Cylinder * Sphere * Hexagonal Prism * Triangular Prism * Frustum of a Cone * Frustum of a Pyramid * Oval * Tube/Pipe A cube, a cuboid, a pyramid, a cone, a sphere, a cylinder and a prism.

Examples of 3 dimensional structure are a pyramid, a cone, a cylinder, a prism, a cuboid ... etc

The Answer Is Cuboid For A 3D Figure Or A Dodecagon For 2D Figure. * * * * * Or it could be a hexagonal pyramid. Or a rectangular dipyramid.

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