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Q: What is The face of a prism that are not bases?

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Lateral Face - In a prism, the faces that are not bases. In a pyramid, faces that intersect at the vertex.

A prism has a variety of bases but the sides are always parallelograms. A triangular prism has a triangle as the two bases and parallelograms as lateral sides. A pyramid has a variety of bases but the sides are triangles.

An octagonal prism is a solid which has 8 faces with each face having 8 sides, and 2 Bases.

The two bases are usually perpendicular to the lateral faces.

no maybe 10 Face's only 1 base!

It depends on what kind of prism you mean. For example, a rectangular prism has 6 bases and a triangular prism has 5 bases. A triangular prism only has two bases.

A polygon. A prism has two identical bases or end-faces and these can be polygons with any number of sides.

a triangular prism has to triangular bases while a rectangular prism has a rectangle as the bases.

Each and every prism has two parallel congruent bases. It is the shape of these bases that give the name to the prism: a pentagonal prism has pentagons (not necessarily regular) for its bases.

A triangular prism has 2 bases on it!

Every prism has a 2D face. If it does not, it cannot be a prism.

a pentagonal prism has 2 bases

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