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Q: What is a pyramid in math?

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A math pyramid is pyramid-shaped-web in which every number on the pyramid (with the exception of the bottom row of the pyramid) is the sum of the two numbers below it.

5 faces 5 vertices 8 edges .....do the math ;)

A polyhedron of which one face is a polygon of any number of sides, and the other faces are triangles with a common vertex.

That is how a pyramid is defined!That is how a pyramid is defined!That is how a pyramid is defined!That is how a pyramid is defined!

It depends on what type of pyramid. Their is an square pyramid, a rectangular pyramid, a pentagonal pyramid, etc.

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A math pyramid is pyramid-shaped-web in which every number on the pyramid (with the exception of the bottom row of the pyramid) is the sum of the two numbers below it.

Fibonacci

Because in some mathematics, the pyramid is a perfect example of a 3D triangle, so therefor, it's a big apart in math.

magic ( and with the help of MAth)

geometry

a triangular pyramid

You must use geometry.

math

MATH

by using math

it is agains the rules of that pyramid, or the rules of math of its matter.

They are solid shapes as for example a pyramid

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