A triangular prism has six vertices.
A cube has eight vertices and six faces (think of a die!).
A gaming die.
A vertex is a point. There are 8 vertices in a cube. 6 sides in a cube. This can be easily seen from looking at a standard 6 sided die (dice).
A square box. A special case is a cube or playing die.
How can I calculate the missing side of a prism ?
You can think of a square prism as a die, having six sides. So you need the length of one side, 's'. That side's [surface] area is s2 With six sides, the cube's surface area is simply: 6s2
You need to clarify your question. How many teenagers die from what, and on what timescale? Like How many teenagers die from ______ every ________.
well it depends how many numbers have on the die
No you cannot die from eating to many vegetables