Q: What is a solid figure that has six equal square sides or faces?

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There is a contradiction in your question. If the base has four equal sides then is it a square so not all the faces are Triangles. However if the base is a square and the rest of the faces are triangles then your object is a "Square-based Pyramid"

It is the side of an isolateral figure.

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There is a contradiction in your question. If the base has four equal sides then is it a square so not all the faces are Triangles. However if the base is a square and the rest of the faces are triangles then your object is a "Square-based Pyramid"

The figure is a pyramid and the base is a square.

A square pyramid has a base with 4 equal sides and triangular faces.

a square is a plain figure which has all the sides equal but a rhombus is a plain figure which has the opposite sides equal.

a pyramid, in the sense that most people think of has a square base, with 4 triangle 'sides', which would be 5 faces. A regular tetrahedron has 4 equilateral triangles as faces.

Not necessarily. The solid could be a square based cuboid (hexahedron).

A figure with 4 equal sides and 4 equal angles is a square :)

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It is the side of an isolateral figure.

A square pyramid is a body (not a figure) with five faces and five corners.A pentagon is a figure with five sides (not five faces) and five corners.

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