Q: Is there other names for a triangle-based pyramid?

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Yes and its names is a tetrahedron.

One has a rectangle on the bottom and the other has a square on the bottom.

Zero parallel faces in a triangular pyramid. There are four faces, and none of them are parallel to each other.

square * * * * * "Pyramid" is the name given to a class of solid (3-dimensional) shapes whose base can be a polygon with any number of sides. All other faces are triangles which meet at the apex of the pyramid.

In geometry, pyramid has many forms such as rectangular pyramid, trapezoidal pyramid, quadrilateral pyramid and even triangular pyramid. Triangular pyramid is a pyramid with triangular base and can be called as a tetrahedron if each of its faces has congruent equilateral triangles.

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They do not have names.

The Great Pyramid of Giza, Pyramid of Khafre and the Pyramid of Menkaure. The great pyramid of Khufu and the great pyramid of Cheops (the greek version of khufu).

Tetrahedron.

There are 4 triangular faces. They do not have names.

The Pyramid of the Sun, and the smaller Pyramid of the Moon.

The names gives it away, it is pyramid shaped (or pyramidal in shape).

The three pyramids that i know of is a :) Triangular based pyramid :) Square based pyramid :) Hexagonal based pyramid

Khufu pyramid

The Giza Necropolis consists of the three pyramids known as the Great Pyramid of Giza , the Pyramid of Khafre and the Pyramid of Menkaure .

Depends on the pyramid. A pyramid with a square (or quadrilateral) base would indeed have 8 edges, but a pyramid can have any other polygon as a base.Depends on the pyramid. A pyramid with a square (or quadrilateral) base would indeed have 8 edges, but a pyramid can have any other polygon as a base.Depends on the pyramid. A pyramid with a square (or quadrilateral) base would indeed have 8 edges, but a pyramid can have any other polygon as a base.Depends on the pyramid. A pyramid with a square (or quadrilateral) base would indeed have 8 edges, but a pyramid can have any other polygon as a base.

Yes and its names is a tetrahedron.