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A triangular prism has triangular bases, a heagonal prism has ... you guessed it! ... hexagonal bases.

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Q: What is the difference between a triangular prism and a hexagonal prism?

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the difference is a triangular pyramid has a point at the top and a triangular prism doesn't and a triangular pyramid has a square at the bottom and tringular prism doesn't

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Triangular prism: 2 triangles, 3 rectangles Triangular pyramid: 4 triangles.

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the difference is a triangular pyramid has a point at the top and a triangular prism doesn't and a triangular pyramid has a square at the bottom and tringular prism doesn't

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A hexagonal prism doesn't have any triangles. There are two hexagons and 6 rectangles.

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