Prism

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In the previous segment, we learnt about Cone. In this segment, we will learn about Prism.

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    What is Prism?

    A Prism is a 3-dimensional shape that has identical parallel ends and all flat faces.

    A 3-dimensional figure having a circle or oval as its parallel ends is not a prism, as such a shape will have a curved face and not a flat face.

    The ends of a prism can be triangles, quadrilaterals, or any polygonal shape. But they have to be identical and parallel to each other.

    Prisms

    A prism is identified by the shape of its parallel ends. For example,

    • A prism with triangles as its parallel ends is known as a Triangular prism.
    • A prism with rectangles as its parallel ends is known as a Rectangular prism also known as a cuboid.

    Summary

    Prism

    • A 3-dimensional shape that has identical parallel ends and all flat faces
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