A triangular prism is the 3d shape of triangles with two triangles base and 3 rectangle sites. It has a total of 9 edges, 5 faces, and 6 vertices. Its surface area is the total outer area of the 3D shape which includes two triangles base and 3 rectangles. The surface area is equal to (2 *areas + perimeter *height of the prism). Solving surface area of the triangular prism problems will give students an idea of the volume and area of the triangular prism. This can help to improve the calculation and knowledge of prism surfaces.

Teachers can also use these problems to make the concepts and topics more interesting.

A triangular prism is the 3d shape of triangles with two triangles base and 3 rectangle sites. It has a total of 9 edges, 5 faces, and 6 vertices. Its surface area is the total outer area of the 3D shape which includes two triangles base and 3 rectangles. The surface area is equal to (2 *areas + perimeter *height of the prism). Solving surface area of the triangular prism problems will give students an idea of the volume and area of the triangular prism. This can help to improve the calculation and knowledge of prism surfaces.

Teachers can also use these problems to make the concepts and topics more interesting.

A triangular prism is the 3d shape of triangles with two triangles base and 3 rectangle sites. It has a total of 9 edges, 5 faces, and 6 vertices. Its surface area is the total outer area of the 3D shape which includes two triangles base and 3 rectangles. The surface area is equal to (2 *areas + perimeter *height of the prism)...

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