rhomboidal prism

rhomboidal prism

[räm′bȯid·əl ′priz·əm]
(optics)
A prism with four parallel sides and two slanting, or oblique, parallel ends; it will divert the path of light entering its ends without changing the form of the light.
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Objects that can be constructed using a single large set of magnetic geometric tiles include, but are not limited to: triangular prisms, rectangular prisms, rhomboidal prisms, regular hexagonal prisms, tetrahedrons, square-based pyramids, and octahedrons.