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The number of faces in a pyramid depends on the type of pyramid. If it has a triangular base, then it has 4 faces and if it has a rectangular base, then it has 5 faces. The faces are surfaces that can be seen.

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A pyramid has three faces and one base. The faces would be the flat surfaces that you can see. It would be like looking at three triangles.

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