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Q: What are the differences of rectangular prisms and square pyramids?

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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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sphere, cube, cuboid, triangulare prism,square based pyramid,rectangulare based pyramid, hexagonal prism, octagonal prism, semi sphere, * * * * * There are infinitely many pyramids or prisms.

When a base is congruent it is the same shape and size, and parallel is when they will never touch. Therefore, on a square the top and bottom are congruent parallel bases. Some other examples are: Cylinders, rectangular prisms, and of course parallelograms.

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Pyramids only have square bases.Triangular prisms have triangle bases.Pyramids have triangle "faces".Triangular prisms have rectangular "faces".

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

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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!

Squares, Rectangles, Rhombuses, Trapezoids, Quadrilaterals, Pentagons, Hexagons, Octagons, and Decagons. 3D figures include cubes, pyramids, square pyramids, and rectangular prisms.

All rectangular prisms have six faces, but if it's a RECTANGULAR prism, it's not possible for it to have six SQUARE faces, they only have two of those. In total, they usually have four rectangular faces and two square faces.

Yes. They are rectangular pyramids. They are square, but a square is a rectangle, by definition.

There are many options: 2 rectangular prisms 2 cubes 2 parallelepipeds 2 tetrahedrons 2 square based pyramids are some possibilities using convex polyhedra.

It means that it has a rectangular base rather than a square 1 :)

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