# MATH

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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

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http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/prisms.html

What do you think?

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C.

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i don't understand

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

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

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What difference do you see between a and c?

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a has 1 pair and c has two

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

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1?

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

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