Q: What are some examples of a square prism?

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Cylinder (circular prism) Cube (square prism) Cuboid (rectangle prism)

There are an infinite number of shapes. A tetrahedron (triangular pyramid), a square-based pyramid, a pentagonal pyramid, a hexagonal pyramid, etc. A triangular prism, a rectangular prism (cuboid), a pentagonal prism, etc are some examples.

A square prism has six faces.

A square prism can have any height. A cube is a type of square prism, one where the height is the same as the base.

Yes it is.

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Cylinder (circular prism) Cube (square prism) Cuboid (rectangle prism)

There are an infinite number of shapes. A tetrahedron (triangular pyramid), a square-based pyramid, a pentagonal pyramid, a hexagonal pyramid, etc. A triangular prism, a rectangular prism (cuboid), a pentagonal prism, etc are some examples.

You could have GIZA or a pyramid. Also a square house if your really desperate.

A Square prism has a square base a triangular has a trianguler base

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 square prism is always a cuboid.

A square prism has six faces, eight vertices, and twelve edges. A square prism is a type of rectangular prism.

A square prism has six faces, eight vertices, and twelve edges. A square prism is a type of rectangular prism.

There is no such thing as a rectangular prism square!

A square prism has 8 vertices.

A square prism has six sides

A square prism has six faces.