Q: A 3-D shape with six identical faces?

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A skew triangular prism.

a cube

If you take a regular four sided pyramid and chop off the top, parallel with the base, the left over piece would be a solid with four identical trapezoidal faces and a square top and bottom. The only name I know is 3-D trapezoid.

a cube

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