# geometry

A pyramid must have all equilateral triangles for faces for it to have an axis of symmetry.

True or False?

I thought maybe true, but I couldn't find it anywhere in my text saying yes or no. Help please?

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1. False. A pyramid only needs to have 4 congruent triangular faces for it to have an axis of symmetry.

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