Q: What one of these following solid has 5 or more faces?

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That one.

A solid figure that has some of the same faces but some different faces, and has one more face than the other, is a prism and a pyramid. A prism has two identical bases and rectangular or square faces, while a pyramid has a polygonal base and triangular faces that meet at a single point, called the apex. The prism has one more face than the pyramid.

Pyramid, base

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No a sphere is a solid with no vortexes, faces, or edges while a cone has two faces, one vortex, and one edge.

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That one.

A solid figure that has some of the same faces but some different faces, and has one more face than the other, is a prism and a pyramid. A prism has two identical bases and rectangular or square faces, while a pyramid has a polygonal base and triangular faces that meet at a single point, called the apex. The prism has one more face than the pyramid.

Pyramid.

A hexagonal pyramid.

It could be a pyramid shape

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Pyramid, base

No a sphere is a solid with no vortexes, faces, or edges while a cone has two faces, one vortex, and one edge.

A 3D shape with one base and three faces can only have triangular faces.

Pyramid

A polygonal pyramid.

Such a figure is a pyramid.