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10.14: Surface Area of Prisms

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Edge An edge is the intersection between two faces of a figure. An edge is a line segment.
Face A face is one of the flat surfaces on a solid figure.
Prism A prism is a three-dimensional object with two congruent parallel bases that are polygons.
Rectangular Prism A rectangular prism is a prism made up of two rectangular bases and four rectangular faces.
Solid Figure A solid figure is a three-dimensional figure with height, width and depth.
Surface Area Surface area is the total area of all of the surfaces of a three-dimensional object.
Triangular Prism A triangular prism is a prism made up of two triangular bases and three rectangular faces.
Vertex A vertex is a corner of a three-dimensional object. It is the point where three or more faces meet.

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