Triangular prism
A triangular prism or trigonal prism is a prism with two triangular bases.
A triangular prism is a 3D shape.
Triangular prisms have a total of 5 faces – 2 triangular faces and 3 rectangular faces.
A triangular prism has 6 vertices, 9 edges
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Volume and Total Surface Area

a – base edge, base of the triangle
h – base height, height of the triangle
H – prism height, prism length
l – length, prism height
Perimeter of the triangle (P) = a + b + c a, b, c – sides of the triangle, sides of the triangular faces Total Surface Area = Lateral area + 2 triangular faces area Lateral Area = aH + bH + cH = (a + b + c) H = PH or Lateral Area = al + bl +cl = (a+b+c)l = Pl 