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The hexagonal prism has six sides that are rectangles.

a hexagonal prism

becaus a prism is the same in 2 sides, so it looks the same either way, where as a pyramid with more than 3 sides for its base, like a square pyramid, a hexagonal pyramid, a pentagonal pyramid, etc., doesn't look the same if it stands on one of its triangles.

It will have 8 faces.

Two hexagonal "ends" and six rectangular sides.

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The hexagonal prism has six sides that are rectangles.

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becaus a prism is the same in 2 sides, so it looks the same either way, where as a pyramid with more than 3 sides for its base, like a square pyramid, a hexagonal pyramid, a pentagonal pyramid, etc., doesn't look the same if it stands on one of its triangles.

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