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Q: What 3 dimensional shape has 8 pentagons and 2 rectangles?

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A prism

Pentagonal prism.

There isn't: for all faces to be rectangles there have to be 6, of which opposite sides are equal in length and breadth. (A cuboid)

There are many plane shapes comprising 4 squares and 2 rectangles but there is no such 3-dimensional shape.

how are trapezoids and rectangles

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A Pentagonal Prism

A prism

A pentagonal prism.

Pentagonal prism.

None normally because a pentagon is 2 dimensional 5 sided shape whereas a sphere is a 3 dimensional globular shape.

A hexagon is a plane (2-dimensional) shape and so does not have a net. There are, therefore, no rectangles.

A pentagonal prism has 5 rectangles and 2 pentagon faces.

Some are circles, some are squares, some are rectangles, some are sectors of circles.

There isn't: for all faces to be rectangles there have to be 6, of which opposite sides are equal in length and breadth. (A cuboid)

No, rectangular prisms are 3 dimensional and rectangles are only 2 dimensional.

There are many plane shapes comprising 4 squares and 2 rectangles but there is no such 3-dimensional shape.

Common ones are polygons, such as squares, rectangles, octagon etc. Any shape restricted to the xy plane is a 2d shape.

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