A triangular prism has six vertices. In order to calculate the number of vertices on any type of prism, take the number of corners on one side and multiply by two. For example, a rectangular prism has eight vertices, or ... More »

A triangular prism has five faces, six vertices and nine edges. The face is the flat side of a solid figure, and it is typically in the form of a plane figure such as a rectangle, square or triangle, with the triangular ... More »

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A triangular prism has nine edges. It consists of a triangular base, a translated copy of the base and three quadrilaterals, for a total of five faces and six vertices. More »

A pentagonal prism has 15 edges and 10 vertices. It also has seven faces: two pentagons, which form its bases, and five rectangles for the sides. More »

To draw a rectangular prism, determine what direction you want it to face, draw the two ends and connect them with lines using the vanishing point and other principles of perspective. A prism has perfect edges and faces,... More »

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A cube has 12 edges, 24 angles, eight vertices and six faces. A cube is a regular solid made up of six equal squares. Additionally, all angles within the cube are right angles and all sides are the same length. More »

A square has four corners, which are also referred to as vertices. At each of the four corners of a square, two perpendicular lines meet to form a right angle. A square contains a total of 360 interior degrees. More »