Table of Contents

- 1 How many edges does a pentagonal prism have?
- 2 How many faces are their in pentagonal prism if number of vertices are 10 and edges are 15?
- 3 Which 3D shape has 7 faces 10 vertices and 15 edges?
- 4 What is the example of pentagonal prism?
- 5 What is the angle of pentagonal prism?
- 6 What 3D shape has 10 faces 24 edges and 16 vertices?
- 7 How many vertices are there in a pentagonal prism?
- 8 How many sides does a hexagonal prism have?

## How many edges does a pentagonal prism have?

15

Pentagonal prism/Number of edges

## How many faces are their in pentagonal prism if number of vertices are 10 and edges are 15?

7 faces

So, a pentagonal prism has a total of 7 faces, 15 edges, and 10 vertices out of which 2 faces are pentagonal in shape. We can find the volume and surface area of a pentagonal prism as we do for any other 3D shape….Pentagonal Prism.

1. | What is a Pentagonal Prism? |
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6. | FAQs on Pentagonal Prism |

**How many vertices does a pentagonal prism have?**

10

Pentagonal prism/Number of vertices

**How do you find the sides of a pentagonal prism?**

Thus, the lateral surface area of a pentagonal prism can be given by finding the perimeter of the base of the prism multiplied by its height. Therefore, the lateral surface area of the pentagonal prism, LSA = 5b × h = 5bh.

### Which 3D shape has 7 faces 10 vertices and 15 edges?

pentagonal prism

In geometry, the pentagonal prism is a prism with a pentagonal base. It is a type of heptahedron with 7 faces, 15 edges, and 10 vertices.

### What is the example of pentagonal prism?

The Pentagon, which is the headquarters of the U.S. Defense Department, is another example of a pentagonal prism.

**Which 3d shape has 7 faces 10 vertices and 15 edges?**

**What is a 3 dimensional Pentagon called?**

dodecahedron

A three-dimensional shape that includes pentagons is a regular dodecahedron. A regular dodecahedron has 12 sides.

## What is the angle of pentagonal prism?

Prisms & Antiprisms

Vertices: | 10 (10[3]) | |
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Faces: | 7 (5 squares + 2 regular pentagons) | |

Edges: | 15 | |

Symmetry: | 5-fold Prismatic (D5h) | |

Pentagon-Square Angle: | acos(0) | 90 degrees |

## What 3D shape has 10 faces 24 edges and 16 vertices?

octagonal prism

Answer: An octagonal prism has 10 faces, 24 edges, and 16 vertices.

**How many vertices does a polygon have if it has 10 faces and 15 edges?**

We are given that the number of faces is 10, the number of edges are 20 and number of vertices are 15. Since the Euler’s formula does not hold true for the given number of faces, edges and vertices, therefore, there does not exist any polyhedron with 10 faces, 20 edges and 15 vertices.

**What objects are 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. Non-examples of right rectangular prism: This shape is a prism but its top and base do not have right angles in the shape.

### How many vertices are there in a pentagonal prism?

A pentagonal prism has 10 vertices and 15 edges. In addition, it has 2 pentagonal bases and 5 rectangular faces. How many angles are there in a pentagonal prism?

### How many sides does a hexagonal prism have?

A hexagonal prism has hexagonal top and bottom faces and six square or rectangular sides. Hence it has six side faces and a top and bottom face for a total of eight faces. This is the same as the number of sides.

**How many edges does a pentagonal cone have?**

The regular pentagonal pyramid has a base that is a regular pentagon and lateral faces that are equilateral triangles. The total number of edges for such a figure would be 5*2 = 10; and total number of vertices would be (5+1)=6.

**How many edges, faces, and vertices are there of a brick?**

Faces and edges usually describe 3-dimensional objects. A pentagon is 2 dimensional. 15 edges; 5 edges on the pentagon on top, 5 edges on the pentagon on the bottom and 5 edges connecting each pair of matching vertices on the top and bottom pentagon (for a “n”-gonal prism the edges is (3n))