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Q: What 3-D shape has one hexagonal base and six triangle faces?

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Pyramid with a hexagonal base

tetrahedron

a square pyramid

A hexagonal pyramid

the answer is that, if you look at the base and count the edges that's how much more faces there would be on the pyramid. Example, if i have a hexagonal - based pyramid, a hexagon has 6 sides so the faces in the middle of the solid are six also so a hexagonal-based pyramid will have 12 faces. :)

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Your shape is a triangular octagon. * * * * * What on earth is that shape? The most likely answer is an octogonal pyramid.

the answer is that, if you look at the base and count the edges that's how much more faces there would be on the pyramid. Example, if i have a hexagonal - based pyramid, a hexagon has 6 sides so the faces in the middle of the solid are six also so a hexagonal-based pyramid will have 12 faces. :)

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