Q: How many faces do a parallelepiped has?

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A hexahedron, also known as a parallelepiped.

A triangular bipryramid (two triangular pyramids stuck together on one face), a parallelepiped (like a squished cuboid), a pentagonal pyramid. A cube or rectangular prism are special cases of a parallelepiped.

Designate one of the faces as the base, and the distance between the plane the base is on, and the plane the opposite side is on, as the height. Then the volume is the base times the height.

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A prism whose bases are parallelogram

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A regular parallelepiped is a cube. A cube has 6 faces, 8 vertices and 12 edges.

A parallelepiped has 6 faces.

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A parallelepiped.

A parallelepiped. A cube is a special case of a parallelepiped.

A parellelepiped (pronounced parellel pie ped) is any shape with 6 faces and 12 edges. A cuboid, also called a rectangular parallelepiped, is a parallelepiped of which all faces are rectangular. A cube is a cuboid with square faces. A rhombohedron is a parallelepiped with all rhombic faces. A trigonal trapezohedron is a rhombohedron with congruent rhombic faces. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Parallelepipede.png

There are many such shapes: a prism a cylinder a parallelepiped an octahedron a dodecahedron. Most polyhedra can have a pair of opposite a parallel faces.

In its most general form, a parallelepiped.

A cuboid, a parallelepiped.

cube * * * * * A hexahedron of which a parallelepiped is a special case. A cuboid is a special case of a parallelepiped and a cube is an even more specific example.