This description is of a rectangle, of which a square is a special instance.
They are prisms.
A triangular prism.
If only two sides of one figure are congruent to two sides of another figure, you can say nothing about the opposite angles.
A hexahedron, or cube.
This depends on if the question is asking for each pair of opposite rectangles must be congruent, then it is a rectangular prism.If all of the rectangles are congruent, then it must be a Cube. A square is a special case of a rectangle, and all 6 sides being squares makes a cube and they are all congruent.
a rectangular prism yeah
A parallelogram has two sets of congruent parallel sides.
A rectangular cuboid would fit the given description
A parallelogram is a four sided figure. that has congruent angles and all sides are parallel
It is a rectangle or a square.
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A parallelogram is a quadrilateral (four-sided figure) in which both pairs of opposite sides are parallel. You can check for that, specifically. As an alternative, you can check for any of the following conditions: * Opposite angles are congruent * Opposite sides are congruent