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Regular Prisms. How to make pdf template

Regular prisms
A prism is a polyhedron whose two faces, polygons in form, are bases; the other faces (side faces) have the form of a parallelogram.

The regular prism is the prism, which has regular polygons in the bases, and the side faces are equal rectangles.

The height of the prism is a segment perpendicular to the bases of the prism.
The prism paper net is a flat geometric figure that completely repeats the solid's surface and allows you to recreate a geometric solid when bending and gluing.
Depending on the number of corners of the base, the correct prisms are distinguished:
- triangular or trihedral prisms;
- quadrangular or tetrahedral prisms, etc.


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