Q: Does a tringle have 5 vertices?

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Vertices are on a shape when two sides meet up and create a corner. For example, a square has 4 vertices, a tringle has 3 vertices, a circle has no vertices. (singular is 'vertex').

Every polygon that is not a triabgle (3 vertices), quadrilateral (4 vertices) or pentagon (5 vertices) has more than 5 vertices.

It has 5 vertices and 5 sides

5 vertices

A triangular pyramid has 4 vertices. A retangular and square pyramid has 5 vertices. A pentagonal pyramid has 6 vertices. A hexagonal pyramid has 7 vertices.

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Vertices are on a shape when two sides meet up and create a corner. For example, a square has 4 vertices, a tringle has 3 vertices, a circle has no vertices. (singular is 'vertex').

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A rectangular pyramid has 5 vertices.5 faces8 edges5 vertices

5 vertices and 8 edges.5 vertices and 8 edges.5 vertices and 8 edges.5 vertices and 8 edges.

Every polygon that is not a triabgle (3 vertices), quadrilateral (4 vertices) or pentagon (5 vertices) has more than 5 vertices.

A polygon with 5 sides/vertices is called a pentagon.

It has 5 vertices and 5 sides

A cuboid has 8 vertices so 5 cuboids have 5*8 = 40 vertices.

According to Euler's theorem= Edges+2=Vertices+Faces No of faces= 5 No of vertices= ? No of edges=8 8+2=5+vertices 10= 5+vertices 10-5 = vertices 5 vertices Hence 5 vertices are present in square based pyramid. This theorem works everywhere

A 5 sided pentagon has 5 vertices

5 vertices

A triangular pyramid has 4 vertices. A retangular and square pyramid has 5 vertices. A pentagonal pyramid has 6 vertices. A hexagonal pyramid has 7 vertices.