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I AM A SPACE FIGURE WITH 5 FACES, 8 EDGES, AND 4 CORNERS. which SPACE FIGURE AM i?

A square based pyramid

pyrmid

pyramid

5 faces, 5 corners.

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I AM A SPACE FIGURE WITH 5 FACES, 8 EDGES, AND 4 CORNERS. which SPACE FIGURE AM i?

A quadrilateral based pyramid.

A square based pyramid

pyramid

pyrmid

5 corners and 5 faces 5 corners and 5 faces

rectangular pyramid

Rectangular prism

5 faces, 5 corners.

This one's pretty easy if you have a picture of a pyramid. For your stereotypical rectangular pyramid: For vertices (corners) Tip=1 Base=4 Which makes 5 vertices (vertexes). For the faces Base = 1 Plus 4 sides Yields 5 faces. If I replace the 4 with a variable, "n", I get an algebraic rule describing the number of faces, or corners, for any pyramid with an n-gon base: sides/vertices = n+1 If I have a triangular pyramid (a 3-gon base), then the sides and vertices are 4 in number (this is my favorite kind: you can make a pyramid with 4 equiangular/equilateral triangles, it's called a regular tetrahedron!). For a pentagon (a 5-gon), we get 5 + 1 = 6; for a hexagon, it's 7; for a heptagon (n=7) we get 8; octagon, 9; nonagon (n=9), 10; decagon (n=10), 11; 11-gon gives 12; blah blah blah...

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