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Square base with 5 sides. Formula for area: 1/3(area of the base)(height)

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A square pyramid.

A square pyramid has a square base and four sides. A triangular pyramid has a triangular base and three sides.

1. Base is a square 2. The apex is usually directly above the centre of the square (ie if you drop a perpendicular from the base of the square passing through the apex, it hits the square in the middle)

A square pyramid has 1 more vertex than a triangular pyramid. A square pyramid has 5 vertices, and a triangular pyramid has 4 vertices.

Square pyramid : 5 vertices. Triangular pyramid : 4 vertices.

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A square based pyramid has 5 faces/sides, 8 edges and 5 vertices/corners!

A square pyramid (the most common) has a square base with 4 isosceles triangles on each side that come to one point called a vertex.

A square pyramid is a pyramid whose base is in the shape of a square.

It is just called a square pyramid, but its not square. Its only square on the bottom, so they call it a square pyramid, or you can simply just call it a pyramid because a pyramid is a pyramid.

A square based pyramid is called a square pyramid

The base of a square pyramid is a square. The pyramid has 4 faces making the base have four edges. SQUARE PYRAMID

a square based pyramid is a square at the bottom and a pyramid at the top

Neither a triangular nor a rectangular pyramid has a square base. A square pyramid has a square base.

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There's no such thing as a square pyramid, it's not possible. * * * * * A square pyramid refers to a square based pyramid. And that has 8 edges.

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