Q: 2 faces have 8 equals sides the other 4 faces are rectangles?

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a hexahedron with four rectangular sides and two square ends.

No polyhedron has five sides as a pentagon and a hexagon has six sides

There isn't: for all faces to be rectangles there have to be 6, of which opposite sides are equal in length and breadth. (A cuboid)

No, the bases are triangles, the sides are rectangles.

A rectangular prism has 6 sides and 8 vertices.

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a hexahedron with four rectangular sides and two square ends.

No polyhedron has five sides as a pentagon and a hexagon has six sides

There isn't: for all faces to be rectangles there have to be 6, of which opposite sides are equal in length and breadth. (A cuboid)

No, the bases are triangles, the sides are rectangles.

A rectangular prism is a hexahedron with some rectangular sides. There is no requirement that all sides be rectangles. If they are, the solid is a right rectangular prism, or cuboid.

A pentangonal prism has five rectangle faces and two pentangon shape sides.

Could it be a hexahedron. A cube has 6 sides and they are squares. A rectangular prism has 6 faces that are rectangles.

Yes they do. It consists of 2 triangles at the sides and 3 rectangles.

A rectangular prism has 6 sides and 8 vertices.

TetrahedronEhm, I believe the answer would be a pyramid.

Rectangles must always have 4 sides. As there are two rectangles, there must be 8 sides. However, if these two rectangles have identical sized sides and they are placed against each other so that they look like one rectangle, there will only be 4 sides.

"Skinny" rectangles have two of their opposite sides being much longer than their other two sides.