Q: How many vertices is a triangle prism have?

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6 vertices

The triangle based prism has 6 vertices. And for your information you should know this because im only a gr 4er

Triangular prism has 6 vertices. Square pyramid has 5 vertices. Answer: 1 vertex.

An equilateral triangle based anti prism is simply a "normal" octahedron, as described by someone trying to make things sound more complicated than they are. It has 6 vertices.

Vertices refers to the angles (and is the plural form of vertex). If your "triangle-based prism" has triangles for every face including the base, then it would have three vertices at the base (the bottom triangle) and one at the top (where the three side triangles meet) for a total of four vertices. By "triangle-based prism" you could also mean a pyramid shape with a square base consisting of four vertices at the base and one at the top where the four side triangles meet, in which case there would be five total vertices. * * * * * Total rubbish! A prism is a prism and not a pyramid! A triangle based prism is one with two congruent and parallel triangular faces, joined together by three rectangular faces (like a Toblerone box). It has 6 vertices. A triangular prism has as much to do with a triangular pyramid as an icosahedron!

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6 vertices

The triangle based prism has 6 vertices. And for your information you should know this because im only a gr 4er

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Triangular prism has 6 vertices. Square pyramid has 5 vertices. Answer: 1 vertex.

9 edges/ 6 vertices/ 5 faces

5 faces, 6 vertices, and 9 edges.

A triangle has 3 edges and 3 vertices. A triangular prism has 9 edges and 6 vertices.

An equilateral triangle based anti prism is simply a "normal" octahedron, as described by someone trying to make things sound more complicated than they are. It has 6 vertices.

Vertices refers to the angles (and is the plural form of vertex). If your "triangle-based prism" has triangles for every face including the base, then it would have three vertices at the base (the bottom triangle) and one at the top (where the three side triangles meet) for a total of four vertices. By "triangle-based prism" you could also mean a pyramid shape with a square base consisting of four vertices at the base and one at the top where the four side triangles meet, in which case there would be five total vertices. * * * * * Total rubbish! A prism is a prism and not a pyramid! A triangle based prism is one with two congruent and parallel triangular faces, joined together by three rectangular faces (like a Toblerone box). It has 6 vertices. A triangular prism has as much to do with a triangular pyramid as an icosahedron!

It has 9 edges, 5 faces and 6 vertices

Did you mean vertices? A rectangular prism would have 8 vertices.

A square prism has 8 vertices.