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MTEL General Curriculum Mathematics Practice
What is the mathematical name of the three-dimensional polyhedron depicted below?
All the faces of a tetrahedron are triangles.
A prism has two congruent, parallel bases, connected by parallelograms (since this is a right prism, the parallelograms are rectangles).
A pyramid has one base, not two.
A trigon is a triangle (this is not a common term).
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