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How many bases are in a hexagonal pyramid?

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A hexagonal pyramid is a geometric shape that has just one base (a hexagonal base), and its sides are made entirely of six isosceles triangles. The isosceles triangles are arranged along the edges of the hexagonal base, and they stretch up to meet at the top or apex of the pyramid.

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