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Q: How do you find the volume of pentagonal prism?

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Area of pentagon * length of prism.

Volume = (base area) x height.

A pentagonal prism has 10 vertices. A rectangular prism has 8 vertices. Therefore, a pentagonal prism has 2 more vertices than a rectangular prism.

A cookie jar is sometimes a pentagonal prism.

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Area of pentagon * length of prism.

Volume = area of pentagon x length of prism.

Volume = (base area) x height.

Area of Base x Height

First you find the area of the base which is a pentagon. Then you multiply it by the height. So base times height equals volume.

The cross section area times the height (or length depending on how you look at it). What is the area of the pentagon? how high/long is the prism?

That is the definition of a pentagonal prism!

There are 10 vertices on a pentagonal prism. In geometry, a pentagonal prism is a prism that has 7 faces, 15 edges, and 10 vertices.

There are 10 vertices on a pentagonal prism. In geometry, a pentagonal prism is a prism that has 7 faces, 15 edges, and 10 vertices.

Pentagonal Prism = 2 pentagonal bases , 5 lateral faces, 10 vertices Pentagonal Prism = 7 faces, 15 edges

A pentagonal prism is a prism with two pentagon-shaped bases.

tat the pentagonal pyramid has a point at the top and the pentagonal prism is flat with out a point.

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