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Prisms
Go to Surface Area or Volume.
A prism is a solid object with:
 identical ends
 flat faces
 and the same cross section all along its length !
A cross section is the shape made by cutting straight across an object.
The cross section of this object is a triangle ...
.. it has the same cross section all along its length ...
... so it's a triangular prism.
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Try drawing a shape on a piece of Then imagine it extending up from the sheet of paper ... 
No Curves!
A prism is a polyhedron, which means all faces are flat!
For example, a cylinder is not a prism, because it has curved sides.
Bases
The ends of a prism are parallel
and each one is called a base.
Sides
The side faces of a prism are parallelograms
(4sided shapes with opposite sides parallel)
These are all Prisms:
and more!
Example: This hexagonal ice crystal.
It looks like a hexagon, but because it has some thickness it is actually a hexagonal prism!
Photograph by NASA / Alexey Kljatov.
Regular vs Irregular Prisms
All the previous examples are Regular Prisms, because the cross section is regular (in other words it is a shape with equal edge lengths, and equal angles.)
Here is an example of an Irregular Prism:
Irregular Pentagonal Prism:  
CrossSection  
It is "irregular" because the crosssection is not "regular" in shape. 
Right vs Oblique Prism
When the two ends are perfectly aligned it is a Right Prism otherwise it is an Oblique Prism:
Surface Area of a Prism
Surface Area = 2 × Base Area
+ Base Perimeter × Length
Example: What is the surface area of a prism where the base area is 25 m^{2}, the base perimeter is 24 m, and the length is 12 m:
Surface Area = 2 × Base Area + Base Perimeter × Length
= 2 × 25 m^{2} + 24 m × 12 m
= 50 m^{2} + 288 m^{2}
= 338 m^{2}
(Note: we have an Area Calculation Tool)
Volume of a Prism
The Volume of a prism is the area of one end times the length of the prism.
Volume = Base Area × Length
Example: What is the volume of a prism where the base area is 25 m^{2} and which is 12 m long:
Volume = Area × Length
= 25 m^{2} × 12 m
= 300 m^{3}
Play with it here. The formula also works when it "leans over" (oblique) but remember that the height is at right angles to the base:
And this is why:
The stack can lean over, but still has the same volume
More About The Side Faces
The side faces of a prism are parallelograms (4sided shape with opposites sides parallel)
A prism can lean to one side, making it an oblique prism, but the two ends are still parallel, and the side faces are still parallelograms!
But if the two ends are not parallel it is not a prism.
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Rectangular Prism  Definition with Examples
What is a Rectangular Prism?
In geometry, a rectangular prism can be defined as a 3dimensional solid shape which has six faces that are rectangles.
A rectangular prism is also a cuboid.
We can find the shape of a rectangular prism in a truck, a chest of drawers and in an aquarium, around us.
Properties of a Rectangular Prism :
 A rectangular prism has 8 vertices, 12 sides and 6 rectangular faces.
 All the opposite faces of a rectangular prism are equal.
 A rectangular prism has a rectangular cross section.
Rectangular prisms can be of two types, namely right rectangular prism and nonright rectangular prisms.
Surface Area and Volume of a Rectangular Prism:
Let’s consider this rectangular prism with the length, width and height marked.
Since all the faces of a rectangular prism are rectangles and opposite faces are equal, the surface area of a rectangular prism can be calculated using the following formula:
Surface Area = 2 {( width x length ) + ( length x height ) + (width x height )} 
Volume of a rectangular prism is simply obtained by multiplying all three dimensions  length, height and width.
Volume = length x width x height 
Fun Facts

Let's sing!
I see a rectangular prism in a red brick.
And, sometimes in books, big, fat and thick.
Also, in a suitcase, and the TV remote I click.
Let's do it!
Ask your child to find and observe things in the shape of rectangular prism such as in a television, a cupboard, a cookie box or a cereal box. Further, you can show and explore how a cereal box is a 3dimensional rectangular prism.
Related math vocabulary
Prism, Right rectangular prism, Area, solid
Right Rectangular Prism  Definition with Examples
What is Right Rectangular Prism?
A right rectangular prism is a threedimensional object with 6 faces, 12 edges and 8 vertices.
In a right rectangular prism:
the angles between the base and sides are right angles.
all the 6 faces are rectangles.
This prism is also called a cuboid and each corner of the prism is a right angle. Each base and top of a rectangular prism is congruent; that is; exactly of the same shape and size.
Real life examples of a right rectangular prism:
Right rectangular prisms or cuboids are all around us. A few of the examples are books, boxes, buildings, bricks, boards, doors, containers, cabinets, mobiles, and laptops.
Nonexamples of right rectangular prism:
This shape is a prism but its top and base do not have right angles in the shape. This is not a right rectangular prism.
This shape is not a prism. Neither it has rectangles in top and bottom nor there are any right angles in them. This is also not a right rectangular prism.
Net of a right rectangular prism:
The net of a 3D object shows the faces of that object when it is opened flat. We can form a right rectangular prism using its net as shown below as each face of the net is a rectangle which has right angles into it.
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