# How do you find the SA of a triangular prism?

Space and AstronomyThe formula that is used to calculate the surface area of a triangular prism is, **Surface area = (Perimeter of the base × Length of the prism) + (2 × Base Area) = (S _{1} + S_{2}+ S_{3})L + bh**; where ‘b’ is the bottom edge of the base triangle, ‘h’ is the height of the base triangle, L is the length of the prism and S

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## What is the formula for SA of a prism?

To find the surface area of a prism, use the formula **SA=2B+ph**, where SA stands for surface area, B stands for the area of the base of the prism, p stands for the perimeter of the base, and h stands for height of the prism.

## How do you find the volume of SA in a triangular prism?

Video quote: *So the volume is going to be 1/2 base times height times the left so it's 1/2 the base of the triangle times the height of the triangle. Times the length of the prism.*

## What is the formula for triangular prisms?

Triangular prism formulas

**volume = 0.5 * b * h * length** , where b is the length of the base of the triangle, h is the height of the triangle and length is prism length. area = length * (a + b + c) + (2 * base_area) , where a, b, c are sides of the triangle and base_area is the triangular base area.

## How do you find the lateral and surface area of a triangular prism?

**You may either:**

- If you know all the sides of the triangular base, multiply their values by the length of the prism. Lateral surface of a triangular prism = Length * (a + b + c)
- If you know the total surface area, subtract the triangular faces’ surface from the prism’s total surface area.

## How many sides has a triangular prism?

three rectangular

A triangular prism is a polyhedron made up of two triangular bases and **three rectangular sides**. It is a three-dimensional shape that has three side faces and two base faces, connected to each other through the edges.

## What are the 3 bases of a triangular prism?

The Different Parts of a Triangular Prism

The two-dimensional shapes that form a three-dimensional shape are called faces. **The top and bottom, which are triangles**, are bases. The three rectangles are called lateral faces.

## What is triangular prism net?

The net of a triangular prism is **a pattern that is seen when the surface of the prism is opened, flattened, and laid out such that all the faces are seen clearly**. It is two-dimensional. This net can be folded up to make a triangular prism.

## How do you draw a triangular prism step by step?

Video quote: *Start with a triangle. And then you make three diagonal lines those diagonal lines are all parallel. They will never touch each other. Then you're going to make this line parallel with that line.*

## How do you draw a 3 D triangle?

Video quote: *You will have created a new triangle in the center of your drawing. Next you draw three new lines parallel to this inner triangle you should let the lines overlap where they cross.*

## How do you draw a triangular prism on an isometric paper?

Draw 4 units down, 1 unit to the left, and 3 units to the right. Then draw a triangle for the top of the solid. Draw segments 4 units down from each vertex for the vertical edges. Connect the appropriate vertices using a dashed line for the hidden edge.

## How do you draw a triangular prism in two point perspective?

Video quote: *Line. Like that you can start to see the triangle is now appearing. Now we're going to go ahead and draw a line back to the vanishing. Point.*

## How do you draw a right triangular prism?

Video quote: *This front face that we have so this time it is a triangle. So then we'll draw that same triangle over here. And then the same thing is we can see two of the edges.*

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