Q: Polyhedron prism two bases hexagons other faces rectangles?

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

It's called, not altogether surprisingly, a hexagonal prism. If the bases were hexagons and the other faces were triangles, it would be a hexagonal antiprism.

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Two hexagons, 6 rectangles.

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