Hexagonal prisms are things such as a honeycomb filled with honey; it is more of a cube-ish form. As for the pyramid, is buids upward and the bottim has 6 sides.
A hexagonal prism is a prism composed of two hexagonal bases and six rectangular sides.
A hexagonal pyramid because 6=hexagon and if a pyramid has a hexagon on the bottom and triangles on the sides with a point on the top. THERE IS YOUR ANSWER!! IYANA THOMAS SABAL PALM ELEMENTRY
A hexagon has 6 sides and a hexagonal prism has a cross-section of 6 sides
Hexagon. Hexagonal prism. Hexagonal pyramid. Hexahedron.
A hexagonal prism has 8 sides, 12 vertices, and 18 edges.
The hexagonal prism has six sides that are rectangles.
a hexagonal prism
becaus a prism is the same in 2 sides, so it looks the same either way, where as a pyramid with more than 3 sides for its base, like a square pyramid, a hexagonal pyramid, a pentagonal pyramid, etc., doesn't look the same if it stands on one of its triangles.
A hexagonal pyramid looks like very much like an Egyptian pyramid except the Egyptian version has only four triangular sides and a hexagonal version has six triangular sides.
Two hexagonal "ends" and six rectangular sides.
A hexagonal pyramid has a hexagonal base and six triangles that are connected to the sides of the hexagon.
It will have 8 faces.
It has 8
Sides and faces are the same thing. A hexagonal prism has 8 faces and 12 vertices.
one has more sides
A hexagon will tessellate a plane so a hexagonal crystal is likely to be a hexagonal prism. In that case, it will have 8 faces.
If you mean an hexagonal based pyramid then it has 12 edges, 7 faces and 7 vertices
No. The base is a hexagon.
A triangular prism.
depends what kind of pyramid, if its a four sided pyramid then its the same but if its a three sided pyramid then the triangular prism has more
Eight. A regular hexagonal prism will have two hexagonal 'ends' and six rectangular 'sides' - so it will have eight faces in total. ------------ An n-gonal prism has n+2 faces.
Pyramids are classified by the shape of their base. A triangular pyramid has a triangular base and three triangular side faces. A square pyramid has a square base and four triangular sides. A pentagonal pyramid has a pentagonal base and five triangular sides. A hexagonalpyramid has a hexagonal base and six triangular sides, and so on.