no, a prism has 2 bases. beyond that its called something different.
It depends on what kind of prism you mean. For example, a rectangular prism has 6 bases and a triangular prism has 5 bases. A triangular prism only has two bases.
A prism will always have at least TWO bases
Sometimes,only because,a rectangular prism has two bases and four faces, but a triangular prism has two bases and three faces.
it depends what kind of a prism you are talking about but it has two !!!
It can, but need not. Only a right prism must.
A heptagonal prism has two 7-sided bases.
Each and every prism has two parallel congruent bases. It is the shape of these bases that give the name to the prism: a pentagonal prism has pentagons (not necessarily regular) for its bases.
A prism. A triangular prism has two congruent triangles as bases, rectangular prism, pentagonal prism, etc.
Two pentagonal bases.
No, not neccesarily
A pentagonal prism is a prism with two pentagon-shaped bases.
A hexagonal prism
No.But is does have two parallel and identical bases.
A prism has two congruent parallel bases.
Two. All prismatic shapes have two bases.
The parallel bases would be the two triangular faces, on either end of the prism.
The number of bases they do not have in common. A pyramid has one base, but a prism has two bases.
Two: the two hexagons!
A Base. * * * * * What? Every prism, by definition, has two congruent faces which may be called the bases of the prism.