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Technically it is a rectangular prism.

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Q: Is a dollar bill rectangle or rectangular prism?

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A dollar bill is 17 square inches. One square foot is 144 square inches. There are 8.47059 dollar bills in one square foot, according to the ChaCha website.

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The "chunky" candy bar and the unfinished pyramid on the back of the US one dollar bill are examples of a trapezoid.

An example of a square-based pyramid are sometimes the roof of houses, a single Toblerone, a candle of which is shaped like a pyramid, the pyramid on a dollar bill, and sometimes a grain of salt.

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A rectangular prism

Although it appears to be a rectangle technically it is a rectangular prism

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A dollar bill is truly shaped like a rectangle.

Most people will, without hesitation, say a rectangle. In actual fact, though, the paper DOES have a thickness. If it did not, then a stack of dollar bills would still have no height. So, at a very fine level of detail, it is shaped like a rectangular prism.

No, a rectangular prism is a 3D object with rectangular sides and a shape with 3 or more edges on both ends. A dollar bill (or any other similar piece of paper) is a 2D rectangle.

No, it is not.

In 2d terms - rectangle If youre being pernsnickity - a cuboid, as thin as it is, a dollar bill has a measure of depth.

To draw a dollar bill, first draw a rectangle. Next, fill in the details on the bill, including the pictures, symbols, and numbers.

a circle and a rectangle

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The reverse of the five-dollar bill has two rectangular strips that are blanked out when viewed in the infrared spectrum.