Q: How many ways can you make a rectangular array with the number 60?

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It's a prime number. Therefore the only rectangular array it has is 1*73 (or 73*1)

There are twelve edges in a rectangular prism.

Octagonal prism - Number of vertices-16 Number of rectangular faces-8 Total number of faces-10

A rectangular prism has 6 flat surfaces

Well it has to be even number x even number. i.e. 2 squares long by 50 squares 4 x 25

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There are nine.

It's a prime number. Therefore the only rectangular array it has is 1*73 (or 73*1)

3 or 7 - depending on whether you count a transposed array as different. 1*64 2*32 4*16 8*8

There are twelve edges in a rectangular prism.

There are four ways to arrange 10 objects in a rectangular array; 1 x 10, 2 x 5, 5 x 2, and 10 x 1. Two of these patterns are mirror images of two others.

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Assuming that the arrays need to be rectangular, the answer is 14,597,412,049,059,800,000 or approx 15 quintillion.

The answer depends on the number. Note that the question does not require the solids to be in the form of cubiods (rectangular prisms).

Octagonal prism - Number of vertices-16 Number of rectangular faces-8 Total number of faces-10

A minimum of 2 triangles are needed, but you can also make a rectangle with 3 or more triangles.

Assuming you want a rectangular array, 1 x 18, 2 x 9, or 3 x 6.

A rectangular prism has 6 flat surfaces