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There are two solids 1 & 2. These solids are not of the

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There are two solids 1 & 2. These solids are not of the same type.Does Solid 1 have more no. of faces than Solid 2?
a) Solid 1 is a tetrahedron
b) Solid 2 is a rectangualar pyramid

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a tetrahedron is a three-dimension object that has four faces
a rectangular pyramid has five faces

but to answer, you do not need to know what either means. You need just two numbers. Thus, C.

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mistdew wrote:
There are two solids 1 & 2. These solids are not of the same type.Does Solid 1 have more no. of faces than Solid 2?
a) Solid 1 is a tetrahedron
b) Solid 2 is a rectangualar pyramid

Pls explain..


A tetrahedron and rectangular pyramid have the same number of faces. Therefore, (a) and (b) together are sufficient to arrive at the answer.

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The answer i have is "Solid 1 is a tetrahedron. A tetrahedron has 4 faces.No solid can have less no. of faces than a tetrahedron. Hence 1 alone is sufficient. - thus A.
I thought it was C myself and I cant figure outt his explanation.Is the above expln wrong :?:

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you have tricked us with amazing ease
However, we need to know what Solid 2 is, for it could be the same tetrahedron of different type.

I insist on C.

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you have tricked us with amazing ease
However, we need to know what Solid 2 is, for it could be the same tetrahedron of different type.

I insist on C.


I vote with Mistdew.

A tetrahedron, by its very name, means 4-sides. Any other polyhedron with 4 side is in fact also a tetrahedron. Hence, since the statement states that they are different, any different solid must have more since the tetradron has the least number of sides of any type of polyhedron.

The nitpicking here is what consitutes a different type?
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New post 26 Jul 2010, 07:09
i believe C is the answer because with A, the second solid can be a sphere...so we need to define solid 2...pls correct me if I am wrong...

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