there are 5 faces and 6 edges
In all 9 edges are present. (3 edges at the triangular base of prism and 3 edges on the opposite triangular face. And, 3 edges connect the two faces of prism.)
A triangular prism has 6 vertices and 9 edges.
A pyramid can only have an even number of edges. A bilateral polygonal solid that does have 13 edges is a heptahedron having 4 triangular sides and two rectangular sides, the edge between the rectangles forming the 13th edge.
There are no pyramids with an odd number of edges. A pyramid is defined as a polygon for the base, with triangular shaped faces rising from the base's edges to a common point above the plane. As a result, the number of rising edges is always equal to the number of base edges, meaning that the total number of edges is always even.
For convex polyhedra it is called the Euler characteristic.This requires that V - E + F = 2where V = number of vertices,E = number of edges andF = number of faces.
Every face has 3 edges. CAUTION: DO NOT multiply the # of sides by 3, as that will not get you the # of edges. a triangular pyramid has 7 edges
There are 9 edges in a triangular prism, hope this helped.
The number of edges of the triangular pyramid is eight but the number of faces is five.* * * * *Even though put in italics, the answer is wrong. It would have been correct for a square or rectangle based pyramid but NOT a triangular pyramid. The latter has 6 edges (and 4 triangular faces).
Their relationship is modelled by the equation F + V = E + 2, where F is the number of faces, V is the number of vertices, and E is the number of edges.
Assuming a triangular base, i.e. a tetrahedron, the minimum number of edges is 6.
some numbers are the same
A triangular pyramid has 6 edges.
there are 6 edges on a triangular pyramid.