Q: Why was the louvre pyramid triangular?

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No. The Louvre is a normal, rectangular building. The Pyramide du Louvre, which is outside the main Louvre building is a square based pyramid.

A triangular pyramid has 4 triangular sides.A rectangular pyramid has 4 triangular sides and 1 rectangular side.

square pyramid

YesA triangular pyramid is a pyramid having a triangular base. The tetrahedron is a triangular pyramid having congruent equilateral triangles for each of its faces.

A triangular pyramid.

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A triangular pyramid or tetrahedron.A triangular pyramid or tetrahedron.A triangular pyramid or tetrahedron.A triangular pyramid or tetrahedron.

No. The Louvre is a normal, rectangular building. The Pyramide du Louvre, which is outside the main Louvre building is a square based pyramid.

A triangular pyramid is a pyramid having a triangular base.

A triangular pyramid has 4 triangular sides. A rectangular pyramid has 2 triangular sides and 3 rectangular sides.

A triangular pyramid has 4 triangular sides.A rectangular pyramid has 4 triangular sides and 1 rectangular side.

square pyramid

In geometry, pyramid has many forms such as rectangular pyramid, trapezoidal pyramid, quadrilateral pyramid and even triangular pyramid. Triangular pyramid is a pyramid with triangular base and can be called as a tetrahedron if each of its faces has congruent equilateral triangles.

YesA triangular pyramid is a pyramid having a triangular base. The tetrahedron is a triangular pyramid having congruent equilateral triangles for each of its faces.

slant height of the pyramid Louvre in Paris=28 meters