They are all polyhedra with 12 edges.
There are infinitely many polyhedra. Hexagonal Prism, Septagonal Prism, Ocatagonal Prism, Nonagonal Prism, Decagonal Prism, etc...
A triangular prism is a polyhedron. Polyhedra is a plural term.
Yes, a hexagonal prism is a type of prism.
A prism with a hexagonal base.
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.
There are several polyhedra with 8 vertices. Some examples are: A heptagonal pyramid A hexagonal prism A hexagonal dipyramid (two hexagonal pyramid stuck together along their hexagonal bases) There is also the 2-dimensional polygon - the octagon.
Pencils are hexagonal.
yes hexagonal prism: 7 hexagonal pyramid: 6
A hexagonal prism has 2 hexagons. A hexagonal pyramid has1 hexagon.
A hexagonal prism is a prism composed of two hexagonal bases and six rectangular sides.
A hexagonal prism has 2 hexagon faces and a hexagonal pyramid has 1 hexagonal face.