Yes, it can be used to form a Dodecahedron.
I don't see how! But cut out a pentagon from a piece of paper. Next make a fold along a line between any 2 corners which are not next to each other. It's no longer 2D.
I am not sure what the second sentence is about, but each of the 12 faces of a Dodecahedron is a regular Pentagon.
You can also make a pentagonal prism, of course: two pentagonal ends joined by square or rectangular sides. (This is the basis of the prism in the viewfinder of a single-lens reflex - or SLR - camera.)
A 3-d shape made from pentagonal faces is a dodecahedron (12 sides).
Pentagon 2d shape is a pentagon 3d object is a pyramid.
a 3D pentagon
a pentagonal pyramid or a pentagonal prisim
A flat pentagon. Or some kind of circle pentagon breed...
There are multiple 3-d pentagon shapes. One such is the Dodecahedron, it has 30 edges and 20 vertices. Another 3-d pentagon shape is the pentagonal prism.
It's a Pentagonal Prism or Pyramid.
A pentagonal pyramid.
A pentagon is a 2D shape. Volume and Surface Area is only found in 3D shapes.
The vertex of a 3D pentagon is 10. :)
A 3D name for a pentagon is a pentagonal prism.
A dodecahedron is a 3-d shape with 12 faces that are regular pentagons.
A five-sided 3D figure is a pentahedron.
It is a dodecahedron - a shape with 12 faces which are regular pentagons.
the other faces on a pentagonal prism would be rectangular
yes a pentagon is a rigid shape * * * * * I am afraid that it is not.
It depends on what you mean by a 3-d pentagon. To most people, a 3-d pentagon is a dodecahedron - a 3d shape with 12 pentagonal faces. In that case, each of the faces, by definition, must be a pentagon! If you mean a pentahedron - a 3d shape with 5 plane faces, it could be a triangular prism or a quadrilateral based pyramid. In the first cae the bases are triangles, in the second, a quadrilateral.
No, a pentagon is 2-D.
If you mean a 3D version of a 5 sided 2D shape (a pentagon), then it would be a Pentagonal Prism* * * * *Actually, if all its faces are pentagonal, it would be a dodecahedron.
A 3D pentagon could be called a pentagon prism or a dodecahedron which is a Platonic solid with 12 pentagonal faces.
I'm assuming you mean a 3-d shape with faces of pentagons. This is called a Dodecahedron
The 3D shape formed by regular pentagons is a dodecahedron, which has 30 edges.