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What are some real-world examples of prisms at home or work? Describe the prisms that you find.

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A cardboard box? A book, Photo Frames..*keeps looking around room*
as in, the type of prism that seperates light by wavelength? like on the cover of pink floyd's dark side of the moon?
a glass (for drinking) is a prism

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a telescope is a prism
a cylinder is a prism (literally)
a tissue roll is a prism
a triangular prism is a prism
a 3D door is a prism
@Tonik no not that kind of prism. These is for geometry class so it is referring to a certain kind of shape I guess.
a cabinet is a prism
a bed is a prism
i can go on all night =_=
@lgbasallote and @karatechopper thank you both. I think I get the idea now.

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