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Q: A regular pyramid has a regular polygon base and a what over the center of the base?

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Regular Polygon...

A regular pyramid is a right pyramid whose base is a regular polygon. There are only three regular pyramids: a regular tetrahedron, a regular square pyramid, and a regular pentagonal pyramid.

The apex is located above the centre of the base.

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A regular pyramid has an equilateral triangle base, not just a regular polygon. It has an apex above the centre of the base.

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Regular Polygon...

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Yes.

A regular pyramid is a right pyramid whose base is a regular polygon. There are only three regular pyramids: a regular tetrahedron, a regular square pyramid, and a regular pentagonal pyramid.

An oblique pyramid is either one whose base is not a regular polygon or one whose apex is not vertically above the centre of its base.

Any polygon could be, as long as it's a regularone.

A cylinder is a polygon that has circles as its base. A triangular pyramid is a polygon that has a triangle as its base.

The apex.

A polygon with n sides, and n triangles, where n â‰¥ 3. Most commonly, the polygon at the base is a triangle or a square. If the base polygon is regular and the pyramid is a right pyramid (ie apex above the centre of the basal polygon), the triangles will be isosceles.

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