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Q: What two shapes make a square pyramid?

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Two-dimensional shapes are shapes that are flat on the page, such as a square, circle, rectangle, triangle, etc. In contrast, some examples of three-dimensional shapes are cube, sphere, prism, pyramid, etc.

4 rectangles / Correction: two triangles.

triangular pyramid and cube.

You can make a square, a rhombus, a parrallelogram, a kite, a rectangle, and a trapezoid. If you were to make all these shapes out of two triangles, you would have to have different sized triangles for most of them. If you put the bottoms of both of them together, it will make a diamond shape. But they would have to be the same size.

A square and a diamond

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No, the two are quite different shapes.

4 rectangles / Correction: two triangles.

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