Which of the following Platonic solids is also a pyramid?
F. None of These
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an octahedron would be like 2 pyramids connected to eachother
- triangular pyramid
thers only one
So A,C,D and E
I found this: Platonic solids are three-dimensional shapes that have equal sides, angles, and faces. There are five Platonic solids.
The tetrahedron is a four-sided polyhedron with four equilateral triangles for faces. It looks like a three-sided pyramid (where the fourth side is the base).
The cube is a six-sided polyhedron with six squares for faces.
The octahedron is an eight-sided polyhedron with eight equilateral triangles for faces. It looks like two four-sided pyramids attached at their bases.
The dodecahedron is a 12-sided polyhedron with twelve equilateral pentagons for faces.
The icosahedron is a 20-sided polyhedron with twenty equilateral triangles for faces.
Wait 'Also a Pyramid' Just now read that
what is also a pyramid?
B,C and D are not pyramids
It was Tetrahedron and Octahedron it was asking for Platonic Solids athat are also pyramids
Oh that surprises me - I cant see how a n octahedron is a pyramid
I suppose you can call it a bipyramid - which qualifies as a pyramid?