A triangular based pyramid has four vertices and four faces
A tetrahedron has four faces and vertices.Faces: 4Vetices: 4Edges: 6
A tetrahedron has 4 vertices and 4 faces.
There is no such shape - unless there are other faces. If there is one rectangular face then you require at least four other faces - one on each edge of the rectangle - making a minimum of 5 faces.
A polyhedron (solid shape formed by plane faces) with four faces is called a tetrahedron.
There is no such shape. The only convex shape that has four faces is a tetrahedron, and that has four vertices, not 5.
A three-dimensional figure or shape, such as a tetrahedron, has four faces. These faces are equilateral triangles. A tetrahedron also has four vertices and 6 edges.
There is no solid shape with exactly four squares and no other faces.