Q: How many types of pyramids are there?

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They are convex polyhedra. composed of at most two types of polygons..

All pyramids have only one base.All pyramids have only one base.All pyramids have only one base.All pyramids have only one base.

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Eight.

The answer depends on how the pyramids are stacked.

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There are 2 different types of pyramids: the step pyramid, and the true pyramid.

There are various types of pyramids, including regular pyramids (with a regular polygon as the base and congruent isosceles triangles as the faces), right pyramids (with the apex directly above the center of the base), and oblique pyramids (where the apex is not directly above the center of the base). Pyramids can also be classified based on the shape of their base, such as square pyramids, triangular pyramids, pentagonal pyramids, etc.

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There are Many, But the Types are Stepped-Pyramid and the Sloping Pyramid. The Great Pyramids of Giza were for; Pharoah Khufu Pharoah Khafre Pharoah Menkaure The are other pyramids, However dotted around egypt.

I don't know exactly how many, but I know there are Egyptian pyramids, Aztec and Mayan pyramids, unfinished pyramids, and rock pyramids, and sand pyramids.

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over 100 pyramids

Unknown; there where many different types of pyramids. This first pyramid was a bunch of boulders over the tomb

There are about three types of pyramids in Ancient Egypt: "True" pyramid- The typical pyramid, with smooth sides and hard edges(the pyramids you would imagine) Bent pyramid- Very smooth and has curved sides(obviously looks bent!) Stepped Pyramid- Has many steps to the top(it's a STEP pyramid!)

it took several types of stones

Mostly just sandstone.

limestone and granite