What is a tetrahedron ? Definition and examples.

A tetrahedron, also called triangular pyramid, is a space figure with exactly four triangular faces.

Notice that a tetrahedron has four faces, four vertices and six edges.


If all the triangular faces of a tetrahedron are equilateral triangles, the tetrahedron is called regular tetrahedron.

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