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Q: In a prism what shape are the faces that are not the base?

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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.

An octagon based prism.

There is no such shape as a perpendicular prism.

We don't have a shape since a shape is a flat plane. We call that a prism.The prism that has 12 vertices and 8 faces is called a hexagonal prism.

rectangular prism

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A triangular prism can have a square or triangular base, but faces are normally triangles. (I think)

A 3-D shape that has 8 faces is a hexagonal prism. This is a shape that is formed on a hexagon-shaped base.

most likely a triangular 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.

It is a triangular prism

An octagon based prism.

A Base!

Hexagon

Iscosilestriangular prism

it has 6

It has seven faces: five sides and two ends (base and top).A prism is the body formed by the translation (movement along a line - in this case a straight line) of a shape. There will be with two bases and as many faces as the base has sides.Therefore, a Pentagonal Prism has 7 faces; it has 5 side faces and it has 1 'base' on the top and one 'base' on the bottom. 5+1+1=7

The 3d shape that have five faces would be a triangular prism **************** or a pyramid

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