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

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0the 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

There are four types of prisms,Rectangular prismRectangular prismHexagonal prismTriangular prismHexagonal prism

You can have a triangular prism but not a triangular cuboid which is a rectangular shape.

Triangular Prism Rectangular Prism Polygonal Prism Hexagonal Prism

A Square prism has a square base a triangular has a trianguler base

a triangle is 2D whereas a triangular prism is 3D.

There's the rectangular prism, the triangular prism, hexagonal prism, pentagonal prism, the cube, and the octagonal prism.

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

Yes, individually and the two together.

Cube, Cuboid, Triangular Prism, Rectangular Prism, Hexagonal Prism, Dodecahedron

A rectangular prism has 4 sides, and a triangular prism has three. Its like asking the difference between a Square and a Triangle!

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

A hexagonal prism has bases that are hexagonal. It has eight faces in all (octahedron).A rectangular prism has bases that are rectangles . It has six faces in all (hexahedron).

A triangular prism has 5 faces. Pentagonal prisms and hexagonal pyramids have 7.

A rectangular prism is a cuboid which has 8 vertices (corners), while a triangular prism has six verticesA triangular prism is like a cylinder but with triangles instead of circlesA rectangular prism is the same

A triangular prism is a pentahedron, a triangular pyramid is a tetrahedron.

Yes, if the hexagons were regular and if the triangular prisms could be combined to the same shape as the hexagonal prisms.

One difference: An octahedron has 8 faces, a triangular prism has 5. An octahedron (="eight faces") is a regular high-symmetry solid with all the faces identical. A triangular prism has a triangular base, a triangular roof, and 3 rectangular sides (walls).

A triangular prism has a uniformed cross-section whereas a rectangular pyramid does not.

A rectangular prism has 6 faces while a hexagonal prism has 8 faces.

the faces of the hexagonal prism is eight triangular faces. Because of the ambiguity of the term octahedron and the dissimilarity of the various eight-sidedfigures,

The volume of any prism is worked out in the same way whether it's a hexagonal prism, circular prism or a triangular prism. You just need to times the length of the prism against the area of the cross-section.

The possible answer, with the dividing plane being perpendicular to the faces are:A triangular prism and a pentagonal prismTwo quadrilateral prismsOne triangular and one hexagonal prismTwo pentagonal prismsOne quadrilateral and one pentagonal prismTwo short hexagonal prisms.The number of possibilities increased greatly if the dividing plane can be oblique.

A hexagonal prism.A hexagonal prism.A hexagonal prism.A hexagonal prism.

A prism has 2 bases and a pyramid has only one base.

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