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Q: Is it true that a prism has 2 bases and 4 faces?

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A prism *always* has 2 bases. In case you meant "faces" instead of "bases", the prism with the smallest number of faces is the triangular prism - which has 5 faces. If there were any fewer number of faces, the prism which become a two dimensional object.

It has 2 bases and 12 faces

Triangular prism

A hexagonal prism

5* * * * *Most people would consider the 2 triangular end faces as the bases and the 5 rectangular ones as lateral faces.I think it has 2 base the answer is 5A triangular prism has 5 faces, 9 edges and 6 vertices

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triangular prism

A prism *always* has 2 bases. In case you meant "faces" instead of "bases", the prism with the smallest number of faces is the triangular prism - which has 5 faces. If there were any fewer number of faces, the prism which become a two dimensional object.

It has 2 bases and 12 faces

A pentagonal prism has 7 sides : 5 side faces and 2 bases.However, if all sides of the prism are considered faces, a shape with5 total faces including the 2 bases is a triangular prism.

Hexagonal Prism

A pentagonal prism

A triangular prism.

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Triangular prism

A hexagonal prism

There are 3 rectangular faces and 2 triangular faces. The triangles are the bases.

2 bases, 4 sides, 6 faces

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