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Q: How is a hexagonal prism different from hexagonal pyramid?

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A hexagonal prism has 2 hexagons. A hexagonal pyramid has1 hexagon.

A hexagonal prism has 2 hexagon faces and a hexagonal pyramid has 1 hexagonal face.

A hexagonal prism has hexagons at each end whereas a hexagonal pyramid has a hexagonal base and an apex. The numbers of faces, shapes of the faces, numbers of edges and vertices are all different.

A hexagonal prism has 12 vertices, 8 faces and 18 edges. A hexagonal pyramid has 7 vertices, 7 faces and 12 edges.

yes hexagonal prism: 7 hexagonal pyramid: 6

hexagonal pyramid

It is not.

They are both polyhedra. Both have at least one hexagonal face. A 6-pyramid has only one hexagonal face, a 6-prism has 2. A 6-pyramid has only 7 face, a 6-prism has 8. A 6-pyramid has only 12 edges face, a 6-prism has 18. A 6-pyramid has only 7 vertices, a 6-prism has 12.

a pyramid

they are the same one is a prism and one is a pyramid

No.

A hexagonal pyramid is a hexagon that has 6 flat faces converging to one point. A hexagonal prism is a hexagon that has 6 flat faces connecting it to another hexagon.

A pyramid with 18 edges would be called a nonagonal pyramid. A prism with 18 edges is called a hexagonal prism.

pentagonal prism

Both have at least one hexagonal face (base) ?

Faces of Hexagonal PrismA hexagonal prism has seven faces.

The answer depends on whether you mean a hexagonal pyramid or a hexagonal prism or some other shape involving hexagons.

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

Hexagonal Pyramid

NO

Heptagonal prism * * * * * No, a heptagonal prism has 9 faces. The correct answer is a hexagonal pyramid.

hexagonal prism or heptagonal pyramid..hope it helps :)

It can be a pentagonal prism or a hexagonal based pyramid

Both have at least one hexagonal face (base). Both have six faces that are topologically equivalent (either rectangles, or triangles).

Yes, a hexagonal prism is a type of prism.