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Pyramid

A pyramid is a solid formed from a polygonal base and triangular faces that meet at a vertex. A pyramid is described by the shape of its base. For instance, a triangular pyramid has a base that is a triangle and a pentagonal pyramid has a base that is a pentagon.   Triangular Pyramid Rectangular Pyramid Pentagonal Pyramid

A right pyramid has isosceles triangles as its lateral faces and its apex lies directly above the midpoint of the base, otherwise it is an oblique pyramid.  Right Pyramid Oblique Pyramid