What is a Rectangular Pyramid? Definition and Examples
What is a rectangular pyramid? A rectangular pyramid is a pyramid whose base is a rectangle and the sides are triangles. The figure below shows a rectangular pyramid.
Properties of a rectangular pyramid
 A rectangular pyramid has five faces, 8 edges, and 5 vertices
 Opposite faces are congruent
 The triangular faces all meet at a common vertex called apex
Reallife examples of rectangular pyramid
 The Louvre Pyramid in France

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