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The hexahedral prism is a special case (see below).In other prisms, all but two faces are quadrilaterals and these are called lateral faces. The other two faces, opposite one another, have the same number of sides and are called the bases. In right prisms, the lateral faces are rectangles and the bases are congruent and parallel to each other.In a hexahedron, any pair of opposite faces may be considered the bases and the remaining four faces the lateral ones. A right hexahedral prism is a cuboid, a cube being a special case.The hexahedral prism is a special case (see below).In other prisms, all but two faces are quadrilaterals and these are called lateral faces. The other two faces, opposite one another, have the same number of sides and are called the bases. In right prisms, the lateral faces are rectangles and the bases are congruent and parallel to each other.In a hexahedron, any pair of opposite faces may be considered the bases and the remaining four faces the lateral ones. A right hexahedral prism is a cuboid, a cube being a special case.The hexahedral prism is a special case (see below).In other prisms, all but two faces are quadrilaterals and these are called lateral faces. The other two faces, opposite one another, have the same number of sides and are called the bases. In right prisms, the lateral faces are rectangles and the bases are congruent and parallel to each other.In a hexahedron, any pair of opposite faces may be considered the bases and the remaining four faces the lateral ones. A right hexahedral prism is a cuboid, a cube being a special case.The hexahedral prism is a special case (see below).In other prisms, all but two faces are quadrilaterals and these are called lateral faces. The other two faces, opposite one another, have the same number of sides and are called the bases. In right prisms, the lateral faces are rectangles and the bases are congruent and parallel to each other.In a hexahedron, any pair of opposite faces may be considered the bases and the remaining four faces the lateral ones. A right hexahedral prism is a cuboid, a cube being a special case.

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Well the fourth dimention is time. From here, we expand on the theory that a object, viewed in the 2nd dimention, is extended when viewed in the 3rd dimention. That is because we can only see the height and the the width. We cannot make out the length. When we view it from the 3rd; we can see all three lengths. Time is like the 2nd dimention. It is a single time-line. However, when we view it from the fifth dimention, we can see all other possible time lines. Such is similar.

Refraction is when light bends through an object. White light is made up of all the colors of the spectrum. Different colors have different wavelengths, therefore they bend at different angles. So when white light passes through a prism the different colors bend at different angles, so they separate to produce the rainbow of light that we see.

Time- It's the only time of day all numbers on a clock are the same, some believe you should make a wish when you see it

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Pyramids and cubes are examples of prisms. You can see more examples and pictures at http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/prisms.html

Some of the best observations of refracting light comes from Prisms. A Prisms splits visible light into all of the colors of the spectrum allowing an individual to see the different colors that make up a beam of light.

Well, since the light passed through, I think we can assume that these prisms are transparent. You said white light passed through two prisms, so I guess it was incident at 90 degrees, and the sides of the prisms were parallel. You would not necessarily see anything, unless (1) you were looking and (2) you were looking at the correct place- i.e. the light was shining in your eye, or reflecting off something you can see. If I was blind, I would see nothing.

Diamonds interact with sunlight the same way prisms interact with sunlight. You will see all the colours of the rainbow reflected by a diamond.

See All Time Low for sure... :)

Us. All the animals you can see.

All sorts of polygons can create tessellations. See attached link for some examples: http://http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tessellation

No! Not at all! I am deeply religous and I see a psychic all the time!

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it is eastern time because i see it there all the time