Q: What 3d objects can you make using 6 squares?

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No, a square is a 2d shape, although a 3d shape can be made using multiple squares at different angles than 180 or 0 to each other.

A cuboid.

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Yes there is. 2D objects are flat objects that only have a length, width, and area. 3D objects include a height and volume.

Squares, rectangles, and the rhombus.

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You make a paper or cardboard net with 6 squares to form cross shape. Then you cut it out and fold it.

No, a square is a 2d shape, although a 3d shape can be made using multiple squares at different angles than 180 or 0 to each other.

they dont have a name really :/ 3D squares are cubes

A cube

Squares are 2D figures and cubes are 3D figures Also squares are the faces of a cube

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