June 26, 2019
Prisms are polyhedra that have two parallel, equally sized faces called bases and their lateral faces are parallelograms.
The height of a prism is the distance between the bases.
The lateral edges of a prism are equally sized parallel edges.
Unfold of a Prism
Types of Prisms
The bases of the regular prisms are regular polygons.
The bases of the irregular prisms are irregular polygons.
The lateral faces of the oblique prisms are rhomboids or rhombi.
The bases of parallelepiped prisms are parallelograms.
The faces of cuboids are rectangular faces.
Types of Prisms by Their Base
The bases are triangles.
The bases are squares.
The bases are pentagons.
The bases are hexagons.
Lateral Area of a Prism
Surface Area of a Prism
Volume of a Prism
Calculate the height of a prism whose base has an area of 12 dm² and whose capacity is 48 liters.
Calculate the lateral area, surface area and volume of a prism whose base is a rhombus with diagonals of 12 and 18 cm.