Q: What 3 dimensional shape has 5 faces?

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A square based pyramid

i don't know that's why i asked! duhhh

a pyramid

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a shape that isn't 2-d and has 5 points eg. square based pyramid

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A rectangular pyramid

The shape is a triangular prism. This is a 3-dimensional polygon with two ends that are triangles and three rectangular sides connecting them.* * * * *FYI, a 3-dimensional polygon is known as a polyhedron.

A rectangular-based pyramid.

A 3-dimensional shape. 5 plane faces: 3 rectangular, 2 triangular. Triangular faces parallel to one another. 6 vertices 9 edges

There isn't: for all faces to be rectangles there have to be 6, of which opposite sides are equal in length and breadth. (A cuboid)

The question is rather confused since a tetracontakaioctagon is a 2-dimensional shape whereas a prism is 3-dimensional. Moreover, [3-dimensional] polyhedra are generally named according to the number of faces that they have and, apart from the tetrahedron, the number of vertices is indeterminate. A pentahedron (5- faces) can have 4 or 5 vertices.

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That shape is called a triangular prism. A prism is made of rectangles arranged in a tube with any 2D shape at the ends. This shape determines what kind of prism it is, you can get pentagonal, hexagonal, and many other types of prism.

A 5-sided 2-dimensional figure is a pentagon and a 5-sided 3-dimensional shape is a pentahedron.

A square based pyramid