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.
A triangular prism consists of two triangular bases and three rectangular sides. The shape is a pentahedron.
A triangular prism has a base that is a triange; a triangle has three sides.
A triangular prism always has 5 sides. It has two triangular bases and 3 rectangular faces. If the bases are not congruent it is called an oblique prism.
The answer is both. A rectangular prism will have two triangular bases, with three rectangles forming the sides that connect the sides of the triangles together. Like this: . . . . . . / \ \ / \ \ / . . \ . . . .\
A triangular prism.
No, the bases are triangles, the sides are rectangles.
The base has three sides.
A triangular pyramid has one base, a triangle, and 3 sides, also triangles, meeting at one point, the vertex, at the top. A triangular prism has two parallel bases which are triangles, but the sides are rectangles that connect the two triangular bases.
a triangular prism is different from a rectangular prism because: their names are different a triangular prism has a triangle for its' base a rectangular prism has a rectangle base a triangular prism has less sides than a rectangular prism a rectangular prism has more sides than a triangular prism
A triangular prism has two congruent bases. This question was posed and answered on "Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?"