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e   How many triangular faces does an octagonal pyramid have?
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e   Which of these three-dimensional figures do not have polygonal faces?   e View Solution
e   Which of the these is/are rectangular pyramids?   e View Solution
e   Which of these three-dimensional figures does not have a base?
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e   Count the number of triangular faces.   e View Solution
e   Count the number of base edges in the pyramid.   e View Solution
e   How many lateral edges will there be in a decagonal pyramid?   e View Solution
e   Which of the nets can be folded to form a cylinder, if the circumference of the circle is equal to the length of the rectangle?   e View Solution
e   Name the pyramid.   e View Solution
e   How many triangular faces are there in a rectangular pyramid?
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e   Name the pyramid.
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e   How many base edges are there in a decagonal pyramid?
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e   How many lateral edges are there in the pyramid?   e View Solution
e   Which of the nets can be folded to form a cone?
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e   State whether the statement is true or false.
"All pyramids are prisms."   e
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e   State whether the statement is true or false. "All edges of a cube are congruent."   e View Solution
e   State whether the statement is true or false. "Lateral faces of a pyramid are triangles".   e View Solution
e   Name the pyramid.
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e   Which figure represents the top view of the three-dimensional figure shown in Figure A?   e View Solution
e   Which figure represents the side view of the three-dimensional figure shown?
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e   Which figure represents the front view of the three-dimensional figure shown in Figure A?
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e   The front, right and top views of a three-dimensional figure are shown. Identify the figure.
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e   The front, right and top views of a three-dimensional figure are shown. Identify the figure.   e View Solution
e   The front, side and top views of a three-dimensional figure are shown. Identify the figure.
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e   How many congruent isosceles triangles does a square pyramid have?   e View Solution
e   How many congruent faces does a cube have?   e View Solution
e   How many pairs of congruent parallel faces does a rectangular prism have?
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e   How many parallel and congruent bases does a cylinder have?   e View Solution
e   How many perpendicular faces does a hexagonal pyramid have?   e View Solution