Q: How may sides are visible from the top view of a triangular pyramid?

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Three.

You should see 3 sides since the base is triangular (3 sides)

One, if you are looking at the base face of the pyramid.

Unlike a tetrahedron (a four-faced shape with all triangular faces), a pyramid has a square (or rhomboid) base and triangular sides. Thus, a view from any side will yield a triangular appearance, while a view from below or above shows a square or rectangular shape.

the top viw of a triangular prism is a triangle

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Three.

You should see 3 sides since the base is triangular (3 sides)

One, if you are looking at the base face of the pyramid.

The side view of a triangular pyramid?

a front view of a triangular based pyramid is a triangle

Unlike a tetrahedron (a four-faced shape with all triangular faces), a pyramid has a square (or rhomboid) base and triangular sides. Thus, a view from any side will yield a triangular appearance, while a view from below or above shows a square or rectangular shape.

Field of view.

Both views are of a rectangle. One of the sides will be of the same size but he other dimensions can be different.

The side view of a rectangular pyramid is a triangle.

They are visible in Print Layout or Page Layout view, and they are not visible in Normal View.

the top viw of a triangular prism is a triangle

Um.... 4 a top view is just the point and the side view show the side of the triangle