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Which statement is true about a triangular prism?
a. It has exactly 1 pair of parallel faces
b. It has not parallel edges
c.It has atleast 2 pairs of parallel faces
d.It has no parallel faces

http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/prisms.html
What do you think? 
C.

Please study that site again.

i don't understand

What part of this problem or website don't you understand?

i thought it was c because the others don't make sense to me

What difference do you see between a and c?

a has 1 pair and c has two

Right. Now count the parallel faces in the diagram in the website. How many PAIRS do you see?

1?

Right. Each end face is parallel to the other end face.
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