Q: What are the angles 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.

You cannot since the triangular prism has faces meeting at 60 degrees - all the faces of a cube meet at right angles. You can have small cubes sitting within a triangular prism but they cannot "fit" into it.

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A triangular prism can have right angles. If the prism has two triangular ends, then each of the three 'sides' meets each of the ends at right angles.

A triangular prism has a total of nine angles. Each of the two triangular faces has three angles, totaling six angles. The three rectangular faces each have one right angle, adding three more angles. So, the total number of angles in a triangular prism is 6 + 3 = 9 angles.

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A triangular prism has two right angles. Each end of the prism, which is a triangle, has one right angle. The third right angle is formed where the two rectangular sides meet. So, in total, a triangular prism has two right angles.

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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.

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