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Q: Which 3d shape has 6 flat surfaces 5 of its faces meet at a point its base has 5 sides?

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A point where three (or more) faces (sides) meet.

Shapes have sides. Do you mean, what shape has 6 sides or, what solid has 6 faces?

A shape's sides are called faces.

It depends how many sides or faces the shape has.

A two dimensional shape would have 17 sides. For a three dimensional shape - assuming that sides are faces - the answer depends on the shape itself.

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A point where three (or more) faces (sides) meet.

A cuboid has 6 sides/faces/flat surfaces.

That's impossible. A shape has three or more sides/faces. There is NO shape that has one or two sides/faces

Shapes have sides. Do you mean, what shape has 6 sides or, what solid has 6 faces?

A shape's sides are called faces.

the sides of a shape! ex: a cube has 6 faces!

It depends how many sides or faces the shape has.

Pyramid - they have three sides and a base = four faces

No 3D shape with FLAT SIDES has exactly 3 faces. 4 is the minimum.

This is an impossible shape. The only 3-d shape with 4 plane faces is a tetrahedron (triangular pyramid). While its base is a triangle, all of its other faces are also triangles and so cannot have parallel sides.

*does The surfaces/sides of a 3D object. Each face is separated by an edge.

A two-dimensional shape with three sides is a triangle. A three-dimensional shape with three faces is a cylinder.

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