A triangular prism has a triangular base. A square-based prism has a square base. A prism with an n-sided base will have 2n vertices, n + 2 faces, and 3n edges.
A cube is a special case of a rectangular prism. If each edge of a rectangular prism were of the same measure, then it would be a cube.
Area of the right section x Length of the lateral edge
The vertex of a prism is a corner along the side of the prism. There are 8 vertices on a rectangular prism.
9 for prism, 6 for pyramid
A triangular prism has 9 edges, 5 faces and 6 vertices.
A nonagonal prism has nine faces. It has a total of 18 vertices. A nonagonal prism also has 27 edges.
A prism with an n-sided base will have 2n vertices, n + 2 faces, and 3n edges.
There are 12 edges and 8 vertices
A polygonal prism has one face for each edge of the polygon, plus two faces for the ends. Example, a triangular prism has five faces.
An edge is a place where two faces (or sides) are connected, similar to if you folded a piece of paper in half... the folded part is like the edge of a prism. The vertices are the points, like the top of a triangular prism or the top of a pyramid.
It is the measure of its edge(s) along the prism bases.
A cube is a rectangular prism in which each edge is of the same length.