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A right, square based pyramid.

A right, square based pyramid.

A right, square based pyramid.

A right, square based pyramid.

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A right, square based pyramid.

Q: Which object has five faces one square base and one line of symmetry?

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A square based pyramid.

The line joining the apex to the centre of the square base of a right pyramid is an axis of symmetry. Not sure what the other three are!

Lateral faces are the number of faces excluding the base. Since the square is the base, the other 4 sides will each be touching a lateral face to form a square pyramid (or it wont be a pyramid). So, there are 4.

There would be one face for each side of the square. The answer is four if you or only counting the triangular faces. It would be five if you are including the square base. * * * * * One square base and four triangular faces (that meet at an apex above the base).

A square pyramid is a polyhedron with a square base and triangular sides that meet at a point at the top. This gives this pyramid five faces.

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Square Pyramid

A square base pyramid

There is a contradiction in your question. If the base has four equal sides then is it a square so not all the faces are Triangles. However if the base is a square and the rest of the faces are triangles then your object is a "Square-based Pyramid"

An object cannot have more than one base. However a pyramid has 4 triangular FACES and a square BASE.

A square pyramid has a square base and four congruent triangular faces.

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A square based pyramid.

5 faces

that depends, if it has a square base, it has four faces. but if it has a triangular base, it has three faces.

A square-based pyramid has five faces -- the square base and four triangular faces.

A square pyramid has five faces. There is the square that forms the base, and four triangular sides.

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