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Cubes are special cases of rectangular prisms.

no, but a cube is a rectangular prism... Remember this, a square is a rectangle but a rectangle is never a square!

A prism with an n-sided base will have 2n vertices, n + 2 faces, and 3n edges. All rectangular prisms have six faces.

they are the same because, they both have rectangular bases. Rectangular prisms are rectangular from the top and bottom (they are flat) while a rectangular pyramid has a point on the top where all of the edges meet. A pyramid has a tip at the top which unables it to stand on the tip while prisms can anyways.

This is because there is no limit on rectangualar prisms and most boxes can hold cube or rectangular prisms not triangular pyrimids or prisms or hexagonal prisms.

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Cubes are special cases of rectangular prisms.

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Cubes have a square on each side, but rectangular prisms have rectangles or squares.

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Yes; just as all squares are rectangles, all cubes are rectangular prisms.

They are all rectangular prisms!

answ2. Cubes is a subset of the set rectangular prisms, limited to those where all edges are equal. (or all faces are equal)yes a rectangle and square. are they the same no

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no, but a cube is a rectangular prism... Remember this, a square is a rectangle but a rectangle is never a square!

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