The right angles in a pentagonal prism happen where the long faces meet the pentagonal end-caps. Therefore, there are 10 right angles in the form.
the defnition of find the surface area of triangular prism and cylinder
The volume of a three-dimensional figure is the amount of space it encloses. The volume V of a triangular prism is the product of the area B of a base and the height h of the prism. (The bases are triangles. In a special case of a right triangular prism the bases are right triangles)
There are at least 30 angles between edges in a right pentagonal prism. If the entlgon is regular there are two different vlues for these angles; 90 and 108 degrees.
A prism has two sides that are genral polygons with n sides, and n quadrilaterals which join the two n-gons. The prism is identified by the n-gons, as an n-gonal prism. If these n-gons are in a plane at right angles to the quadrilaterals, then the quadrilaterals are all rectangles and the prism is called a right prism.
There are normally three rectangular faces and so their angles are all right angles. But there are no restrictions on the angles of the triangular faces other than that they sum to 180 degrees.
A triangular prism has three rectangular faces which, between them, will have 4*3 = 12 right angles. It also has two triangular faces and these can have another 2 right angles. So the answer is 12 or 14, depending on whether the triangles are right angled or not.
A triangular prism can have right angles. If the prism has two triangular ends, then each of the three 'sides' meets each of the ends at right angles.
You cannot since the triangular prism has faces meeting at 60 degrees - all the faces of a cube meet at right angles. You can have small cubes sitting within a triangular prism but they cannot "fit" into it.
A right triangular prism.
It has 12 right angles. 4 on each rectangular side. 3*4 = 12
A rectangular prism has six faces; each face has four right angles. There are 24 right angles in all.
a right prism
A right triangular prism has two identical faces. Two faces may or may not be identical in an oblique prism, in which the lateral edges are not perpendicular to the bases.
14 if the triangular cross section has a right triangle, 12 otherwise.