Prism

Prism


A prism is a polyhedron with two parallel and congruent polygonal bases, All lateral faces (or sides) are parallelograms. Lateral faces meet in line segments called lateral edges.

A right prism is one whose lateral faces and lateral edges are perpendicular to its bases. The lateral faces of a right prism are all rectangles, and the height of a right prism is equal to the length of its lateral edge. A regular prism has regular polygons as bases and has all sides equal in length and all angles equal in measure. A right regular prism is one with regular polygon bases and perpendicular rectangular lateral sides.





The volume of a prism is: B * h
The Lateral Surface is: P*h 
The Surface of prism is: 2*B + Lateral surface area




where B is the area of base and P is the perimeter of the base 




RIGHT TRIANGULAR PRISM: A right triangular prism is made of two triangular bases and three rectangular faces with lateral edges perpendicular to the bases.



















A regular right triangular prism is made of two equilateral Triangular bases and three identical rectangular sides:


















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