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The Prism is a three-dimensional solid figure formed by two parallel polygons and congruent called bases. The number of sides of one of the bases gives the name of a prism, such as triangular, quadrangular, pentagonal and octagonal for 3, 4, 5 and 8 sides,respectively.
The Identical ends are called, prism bases. The shapes of the ends give the name to the prism, such as triangular, quadrangular, pentagonal and octagonal.
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