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# A prism that has triangular bases is a?

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A triangular prism is a prism that has has triangular bases

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a triangular prism has to triangular bases while a rectangular prism has a rectangle as the bases.

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

None. By definition, a triangular prism has triangular bases. If it had circular bases it would be a circular prism (cylinder).

Assuming that pirsim is meant to be prism, the answer is that a triangular based prism has triangular bases!

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.

The parallel bases would be the two triangular faces, on either end of the prism.

Not sure that a triangular prism dose anything since a "dose" is a measured portion of a medicine. However, a triangular prism does have two bases.

They can be, but they don't have to be equilateral to be a triangular prism.

A triangular prism consists of two triangular bases and three rectangular sides. The shape is a pentahedron.

A triangular prism has two three-sided bases and three rectangular lateral faces. A triangular prism has five faces, six vertices and nine edges.

it`s a prism where it`s bases are a triangle

A triangular prism is one with two triangles as the bases and 3 corresponding parallelograms as faces. The triangular prism is also a prismatic uniform polyhedron.

A prism has a variety of bases but the sides are always parallelograms. A triangular prism has a triangle as the two bases and parallelograms as lateral sides. A pyramid has a variety of bases but the sides are triangles.

It has triangular bases and a triangular cross-section across its main axis.

Bases and faces are the same, so a triangular prism will have 6 faces/bases.

The triangular prism has the two triangular bases and rectangular side faces.

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