They are both 3 dimensional shapes having surface area and volume.
They are polyhedra with a rectangular base.
no because a rectangular as 2 long sies and a sqare dont
This is a little odd, but: All squares are rectangles, but rectangles are never squares.
they are both 3d
Both of their bases are rectangles, and they are both 3D.
Rectangular pyramids and triangular pyramids both have triangular faces.
they are both classified as a polyhedra.
they both have a point at the top and is both three demensional shapes with polygons on the sides
They are similar, however, the distinctiion is that the pyramid has a rectangular base with triangular faces meeting in a vertex (thus forming the pyramid shape), while the prism has a congruent (identical) cross-section, like a loaf of bread. So the prism has two rectangular "ends".
they both have quadrilateral bases, they're both polyhedrons, and they both can tessellate (if it's a right prism and a right pyramid)
A rectangular pyramid.