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Right **prisms** with regular **bases** and equal edge lengths **form** one of the two
infinite series of semiregular polyhedra, the other series being the antiprisms.

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The faces are always rectangles on

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If we folded its sides together to

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... of a geometric solid we take the sum of the area for each geometric

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Opposite faces are parallel. It is a

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A summary of

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can be unfolded to

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The middle diagram is of a

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What forms the bases of a prism ?

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Only thing i can think of is polygons.
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What form the bases of a prism ?

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The faces are always rectangles on prisms , so if it's a triangular prism the bases are triangles, if it's a rectangular prism , the bases are rectangles.
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What form the bases of a prism ?

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any polygons can form the base of a prism
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What are the base polygons in a prism ?

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The base polygons of the platonic solids are as follows: Tetrahedron = Triangle. Cube = Square. Octahedron = Triangle. Dodecahedron = Pentagon. Icosahedron = Tr...
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What is the formula for the base of a hexagonal prism ?

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Surface area of a hexagonal prism equals 6as + 6sh where a =
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