Q: Where did the pyramids with straight sides come from?

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pyramids have a triangular base. As a triangle has three sides, the pyramid will have three sides. Although you can get square based pyramids which have four sides. ---------------------------------------------- The Egyptian pyramids are 4 sided not 3 sided.

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A triangle has to have straight sides

An excellent real life example of a square pyramid are the Pyramids at Giza. They have four sides at the base and come to a point.

No, the pyramids in Egypt have 5 sides(including the bottom); a tetrahedron has 4.

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there were no windows in the pyramids because if there was windows in the pyramids then the structures wouldn't be a straight four sided figure that is like the North Star, because it has four sides and each side counts as a direction

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pyramids have a triangular base. As a triangle has three sides, the pyramid will have three sides. Although you can get square based pyramids which have four sides. ---------------------------------------------- The Egyptian pyramids are 4 sided not 3 sided.

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Egyptian pyramids are vaguely similar to Aztec ziggurats; pyramids have smooth sides, while ziggurats often have stepped sides.

Not all pyramids have 4 sides. they can have 3 or more.

No. they did not come before them. the Pyramids of Giza come right after the vikings.

A triangle has to have straight sides

They are true pyramids with four sloping sides ending in a point and a square base (the fifth side).

the sides of a pyramid are triangles

The pyramids have triangular sides but four sides.