Posted by **Rmz** on Friday, January 29, 2010 at 8:23pm.

How does the Eulers formula hold true for the right pentagonal prism?

I know that it has 7 faces 10 vertices and 14 edges, but all this does not fit the formula to equal to 2

7+10-14 is not 2 am I missing something

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