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how many faces does a pentagonal prism have?

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should be 7 unless I'm visualizing this wrong
thanks! and how many edges?
well, it's 2 pentagons, so pentagons have 5 edges each

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Go to wikipedia and search "Pentagonal prism" Or go to http://www.wolframalpha.com and input "Pentagonal prism" -- both give pretty pictures. :)
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