Q: What is the name of 2 congruent faces of a prism?

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A polyhedron that has 2 congruent faces is a PRISM. To be a prism, all the other sides (not including the 2 that are congruent) have to be 4-sided.

A pentagonal prism.

A prism??? O.o sounds like it to me anyway...

An object with 2 congruent pentagons at opposite ends connected with 5 rectangles is a pentagonal prism.

In geometry, a prism is a term used to describe a polyhedron with a pair of parallel and congruent polygonal base and a number of rectangular faces linking the two bases. A prism whose base is a polygon with n-sides (or vertices) has n+2 faces, 2n vertices and 3n edges, where n >= 3.

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A polyhedron that has 2 congruent faces is a PRISM. To be a prism, all the other sides (not including the 2 that are congruent) have to be 4-sided.

A right prism is a polyhedron that has 2 congruent faces which are sometimes called bases.

A pentagonal prism.

pentagonal prism

A triangular prism.

A prism??? O.o sounds like it to me anyway...

It is a pentagonal prism

A prism has 2 congruent parallel faces called bases. The other faces, most often rectangles, are called lateral faces. The prism is named by the shape of its base.

A triangular prism. :)

Prism, which a polyhedron with two congruent and parallel faces (the bases) and whose lateral faces are parallelograms.

It is a triangular prism.

If the triangles are congruent then it is a triangular-based prism.