Q: Does a prism have 2 bases and 4 faces?

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2 bases, 4 sides, 6 faces

4 rectangles with either 2 rectangles or 2 squares as the bases

It has 5 faces, 6 edges, 4 vertices, and 2 base. Bases are counted as faces too, but are polygonal and are translations of each other in space. So, they are congruent and are in parallel planes. * * * * * The above answer is utter nonsense. A triangular prism has 5 faces (two triangles and 3 rectangles), 9 edges and 6 vertices. Bases are counted as faces.

It has 4 rectangular faces and 2 square faces (:

It could be called a square prism but a more common name would be a cuboid.

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2 bases, 4 sides, 6 faces

2 Bases & 4 Sides

Yes providing that it is a cuboid prism which in effect has 6 faces, 12 edges and 8 vertices

4 rectangles with either 2 rectangles or 2 squares as the bases

Yes, a rectangular prism has 6 faces: 2 parallel rectangular bases and 4 rectangular lateral faces.

technically a square prism would be a cube, so i guess not. Ignore that answer. There IS a square prism. A cube has all of its faces congruent and squares. A square prism can have 2 square bases and 4 rectangular lateral faces making it a square prism. Think of it as a rectangular prism right? Well replace the rectangle bases with squares and you have a square prism!

A rectangle has 4 faces: 2 long faces and 2 short faces.

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Rectangular Prism. It's lateral faces are 4 rectangles. It's bases are 2 squares.

A rectangular prism has six faces because it has 4 sides and two bases. It also has eight vertices and 12 edges.

Another word for a 2 dimensional pattern is a net. A net of a rectangular prism would include all the faces of one: so 2 bases and 4 faces.

It has 4 rectangular faces and 2 square faces (: