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False, prisms can have more than one base.

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Q: Do cones and pyramids have only one base?

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Pyramids and cones are both kind of similar but also very different. You can say that the cone has no vertex (something that may be confusing because of what a book says) but a cone really does not have any vertex because there are no line segments or faces that are only faces (the circle is both a base and a face) You can say they are similar because they both have only one base Hope this helped - Harry

Cones, pyramids, and spheres have.

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pyramids are prisms. * * * * * Pyramids are not prisms nor are prisms pyramids. A pyramid has one polygonal base. Each side of that polygon is connected to a triangle, whose third vertices meet at a point above the base of the pyramid. A prism has two congruent polygonal bases that are parallel to one another. They are joined together by rectangles.

None, really. Except that when a solid has faces of two kinds and there are only one or two faces of a particular shape then the solid is conventionally viewed with that face at the bottom (and top) and the bottom face is called the base. Common examples are pyramids or prisms which may have bases that are triangular, quadrilateral, pentagon etc. Or cones and cylynders whose bases may be circles or ellipses.

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Cones and pyramids have only one base, but prisms have multiple bases.

they all have a vertex, or a point, and one base. :-D

Typical figures are cones and pyramids.

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They depend on radius rather than perimeter.

Both cones and pyramids have one base and they all have a vertex, or they all come to a point. That is what makes them alike. What make them different is that a cone has one curved edge at its base, and a pyramid has 6 to 8 edges which is not curved

they are simple triangles and not circles or squares.... pyramids are nice cones.. just like other inverted cones in the world, only that it is hard to build one at present.

Pyramids and cones are both kind of similar but also very different. You can say that the cone has no vertex (something that may be confusing because of what a book says) but a cone really does not have any vertex because there are no line segments or faces that are only faces (the circle is both a base and a face) You can say they are similar because they both have only one base Hope this helped - Harry

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All pyramids have only one base.

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All pyramids have only one base.