Examples of a Square Pyramid?

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A square pyramid is a pyramid with a square base. It is characterised by 5 faces; 4 faces are triangles and the base a square, 5 vertices and 8 edges. Its surface area can be calculated as base area added to half of the perimeter multiplied by slant length.
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A square pyramid is a pyramid that has a square base. Although the base is square, these kinds of pyramids still contain the same number of vertices and faces.
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