Q: How do you identify prisms?

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Triangler Prisms are like chocolate bars

Prisms are objects that divide the colours of the rainbow. Some prisms are Triangular, Rectangular and etc.

NO, but prisms are polyhedra. Polyhedra include a lot more shapes than just prisms.

they are not sometimes prisms

Prisms consist of two polygonal "bases" and rectangular faces joining them. Prisms are named after the polygonal bases.

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There are four types of prisms,Rectangular prismRectangular prismHexagonal prismTriangular prismHexagonal prism

There are many types of prisms such as rectangular prisms,polyganic prisms crossed prisms and etc.

Triangler Prisms are like chocolate bars

This is because there is no limit on rectangualar prisms and most boxes can hold cube or rectangular prisms not triangular pyrimids or prisms or hexagonal prisms.

Prisms are objects that divide the colours of the rainbow. Some prisms are Triangular, Rectangular and etc.

NO, but prisms are polyhedra. Polyhedra include a lot more shapes than just prisms.

They are all rectangular prisms!

they are not sometimes prisms

They are the flat surfaces that form the boundaries of prisms.

Prisms consist of two polygonal "bases" and rectangular faces joining them. Prisms are named after the polygonal bases.

Prisms have two parallel and congruent bases. These bases are connected by rectangular or parallelogram-shaped sides, creating a three-dimensional shape. Examples of prisms include rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, and hexagonal prisms.

... whereas one of the "bases" of prisms are vertices.