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According to Euler's theorem= Edges+2=Vertices+Faces

No of faces= 5

No of vertices= ?

No of edges=8

8+2=5+vertices

10= 5+vertices

10-5 = vertices

5 vertices

Hence 5 vertices are present in square based pyramid.

This theorem works everywhere

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βˆ™ 15y ago

5, the vertices are

a - (triangle1,triangle2,triangle3),

b - (triangle1, triangle2,square1),

c - (triangle2,triangle3,square1),

d - (triangle3,triangle4,square1),

e - (triangle4,triangle1,square1)

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βˆ™ 9y ago

five vertices

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5 vertices

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