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A prism is anything geometric figure with three dimensions. There is no regular "prism", unfortunatly. A prism needs something to describe it. A sphere, a rectangular prism, a cube, etc...

Q: How does just a prism look like?

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An oblique prism looks slanted.

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A fridge

It looks like a triangle.

A parallelogram prism (or parallelpiped) is a 3D parallelogram, so it looks like a cuboid pushed to the side.

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An oblique prism looks slanted.

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a triangular prism has a triangle for the bottom and has 3 faces like a pyramid

An octagonal prism has two parallel faces that are octagons and parallelograms connecting them. A rectangular prism is like a box.

a box

A fridge

It looks like a triangle.

A parallelogram prism (or parallelpiped) is a 3D parallelogram, so it looks like a cuboid pushed to the side.

It can look like anything really but the 2 sides (the base) is what really matters...e.g.. If the 2 sides are a triangle then it will be called a triangular prism. It will look like one very LONG triangle. If the 2 sides were hexagons then it will be called a hexagonal prism and it will look like a very LONG hexagon. All prisms are 3D.

A stop sign with thickness.

A jewelry box.

Not surprisingly, a rectangle!