Q: Does a square base pyrimad have right angles?

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Yes its base contains 4 corner right angles

if you can visualize the pyrimads of Egypt do so. these pyrimads are square pyrimads. it means they have a square base. a triangular pyrimad has a triangle base with the three corners of the triangle rising up and meeting at one point.

Shadow of a building have right angles at the base of the building. Braces of buildings have right angles.

Sum of exterior angles: 360 degrees Sum of interior angles: 180 degrees The square of its hypotenuse is equal to the sum of its base squared plus its height squared.

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no... they do not have right angles connected to the sides

Yes - it has four around the base !

It all depends on what the base is. Th number of faces a pyrimad has is the number sides on the base+1. So for example, a square pyrimad (one of the most common) would have 4 +1 or 5 sides.

Yes its base contains 4 corner right angles

Just the one and it is the base face

if you can visualize the pyrimads of Egypt do so. these pyrimads are square pyrimads. it means they have a square base. a triangular pyrimad has a triangle base with the three corners of the triangle rising up and meeting at one point.

At least 4 - on the four corners of the base. But there could be two more if the opposite pairs of sloping edges met at the apex at right angles.

It depends on the prism. A prism that has a regular pentagon as base but is not a right prism has no right angles. At the other extreme, consider a right prism whose bases are pentagons that resemble a child's drawing of a house (square with a triangle roof). If the angles of the roof triangle are 90-45-45, the prism will have 22 right angles.

Since the base and height for a square are always equal, and all angles included are right angles (90 degrees), it is common to refer to each as a side. All sides are of equal length, and base = height.

Shadow of a building have right angles at the base of the building. Braces of buildings have right angles.