Q: What is the number of curved surfaces in a hexagonal prism?

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yes hexagonal prism: 7 hexagonal pyramid: 6

The volume of any prism is worked out in the same way whether it's a hexagonal prism, circular prism or a triangular prism. You just need to times the length of the prism against the area of the cross-section.

A hexagon and a rectangle.

The imaginary shape... :) Really it is a hexagonal prism.

There are a number of possible 7-sided polyhedra. Three that come immediately to mind are: a hexagonal pyramid, a pentagonal prism, a "stretched" triangular pyramid (triangular base, rectangular sides, and then triangular faces meeting at an apex).

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A triangular prism contains zero curved and 5 flat surfaces.

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A prism has no curved surfaces. It has 5 or more flat faces.

Nope - all surfaces are flat on a rectangular prism.

Yes, a hexagonal prism is a type of prism.

A prism with a hexagonal base.

It has 12 vertices

Pencils are hexagonal.

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.