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Q: What is prism and example?

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It depends on what kind of prism you mean. For example, a rectangular prism has 6 bases and a triangular prism has 5 bases. A triangular prism only has two bases.

A building would be a perfect example. If you simplify the details of a building, it becomes a rectangular prism. If you specifically mean a "square" prism, that would be a cube, an example of which would be a Rubik's Cube or a few dice.

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Roof of a house

Edges = 3 x number of sides in end of prism For example, a hexagonal prism would have 3 x 6 = 18 edges since there are 6 sides to a hexagon.

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A Triangular Prism A Rectangular Prism An Octogonal Prism (basically 3D Shapes)

A solid brick is a rectangular prism. (this one example of many)

A triangular prism is one example.

No. Erm...kind of. One example could be a triangular prism

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It depends on what kind of prism you mean. For example, a rectangular prism has 6 bases and a triangular prism has 5 bases. A triangular prism only has two bases.

Light bending as it passes through a prism is an example of refraction, not reflection.

A building would be a perfect example. If you simplify the details of a building, it becomes a rectangular prism. If you specifically mean a "square" prism, that would be a cube, an example of which would be a Rubik's Cube or a few dice.

That will depend on what type of prism it is as for example a triangular prism has 5 faces, 9 edges and 6 vertices.

yes, there is. a prism can be defined as a solid shape and a solid is a a 3d shape which example can be a prism therefore there is a relationship.

a toblerone bar.....

a pencil holder.