Q: Do all pyramids have 6 edges?

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False. In fact, the opposite is true: all pyramids have an even number of edges.

Yes.

A cube has 12 edges. A 4-sided pyramid has 8 edges. A 3-sided pyramid has 6 edges. There are also other pyramids with more sides.

Both cones and pyramids have one base and they all have a vertex, or they all come to a point. That is what makes them alike. What make them different is that a cone has one curved edge at its base, and a pyramid has 6 to 8 edges which is not curved

Pyramids are not normally spherical shaped but a triangular based pyramid which is a tetrahedron has 4 faces, 6 edges and 4 vertices.

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False. In fact, the opposite is true: all pyramids have an even number of edges.

Yes.

Faces = 4 Edges = 6 Vertices = 4 The shape is also known as a tetrahedron.

A cube has 12 edges. A 4-sided pyramid has 8 edges. A 3-sided pyramid has 6 edges. There are also other pyramids with more sides.

Both cones and pyramids have one base and they all have a vertex, or they all come to a point. That is what makes them alike. What make them different is that a cone has one curved edge at its base, and a pyramid has 6 to 8 edges which is not curved

Pyramids are not normally spherical shaped but a triangular based pyramid which is a tetrahedron has 4 faces, 6 edges and 4 vertices.

A triangular based pyramid has 4 faces, 6 edges and 4 vertices

Eight.

The pyramids in Egypt are a perfect pyramid, which means that the edges are all smooth. But in America the sides are shaped like stairs.

Tetrahedrons are triangular based pyramids that have 4 faces, 6 edges and 4 vertices which were built by the ancient Egyptians.

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That solid is called a hexahedron. Many shapes meet the definition, including cubes, parallelepipeds, rhombohedrons, pentagonal pyramids, and truncated square pyramids.