Q: How many acute angles are there in a triangular prism?

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A triangular prism has 5 faces and 6 vertices. At each vertex it has three plane angles - making 18 two-dimensional angles.

A triangular prism reflects light at specific angles. Many are used in equipment such as binoculars and telescopes to reduce their physical size.

A triangular prism has five faces.

A triangular prism has 9 edges!

A triangular prism has six vertices (corners).

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It has 12 right angles. 4 on each rectangular side. 3*4 = 12

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A triangular block prism has four right angles on each of the three faces, so the total 'on all the faces' = 12.

A triangular prism has 5 faces and 6 vertices. At each vertex it has three plane angles - making 18 two-dimensional angles.

A triangular prism reflects light at specific angles. Many are used in equipment such as binoculars and telescopes to reduce their physical size.

A triangular prism reflects light at specific angles. Many are used in equipment such as binoculars and telescopes to reduce their physical size.

14 if the triangular cross section has a right triangle, 12 otherwise.

Depends on the cross-sectional polygon.

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.