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A rectangular prism that is 4 cubes by 2 cubes is made up of 8 cubes.

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What solid can you make with 5 rectangles?

You cannot make a solid shape with 5 rectangular sides. You can make an open rectangular box, leaving off the last side. You can make a rectangular box (like a cube, but with possibly unequal sides) with 6 rectangles. You can make a rectangular pyramid with one rectangle and four triangles.

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To prove that there are only 11 nets there are different ways. Remember there are only 6 sides to make a cube so that does have something to do with it. If you have trouble with this concept then ask your teacher. Asking never hurts. If you have two cubes 6 times 2 is 12 and then minus 1 is 11 so that means 11 possible netsyour welcome

Can a pentagon form a 3d shape?

Yes, it can be used to form a Dodecahedron. I don't see how! But cut out a pentagon from a piece of paper. Next make a fold along a line between any 2 corners which are not next to each other. It's no longer 2D. +++ I am not sure what the second sentence is about, but each of the 12 faces of a Dodecahedron is a regular Pentagon. You can also make a pentagonal prism, of course: two pentagonal ends joined by square or rectangular sides. (This is the basis of the prism in the viewfinder of a single-lens reflex - or SLR - camera.)

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