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This depends on if the question is asking for each pair of opposite rectangles must be congruent, then it is a rectangular prism.

If all of the rectangles are congruent, then it must be a Cube. A square is a special case of a rectangle, and all 6 sides being squares makes a cube and they are all congruent.

Q: What is a 3 dimensional figure that has three pairs of opposite parallel congruent faces that are rectangles?

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a rectangular prism

Yes opposite sides are parallel and congruent

A parallelepiped.

every parallelogram

A square's opposite sides are parallel and all the sides are congruent.

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No because opposite sides of a rectangle are congruent and parallel

It is a three dimensional shape whose faces are rectangles. There are three pairs of congruent parallel rectangles opposite each other. A smooth brick or box are good examples.

A square, always, a rhombus, always, a parallelogram, always, and rectangles, always.

A hexahedron, or cube.

a rectangular prism

Yes opposite sides are parallel and congruent

The Opposite Sides Parallel and Congruent Theorem states that if a quadrilateral has a pair of opposite sides that are parallel and congruent, then the quadrilateral is a parallelogram.

A parallelepiped.

No. Squares technically qualify as rectangles (parallel opposite sides, ninety degree angles, opposite sides are congruent, etc.) however rectangles do not qualify as squares. Squares MUST have four sides of equivalent length, and rectangles do not meet this criterion.

every parallelogram

They are 4 sided quadrilaterals and have 4 right angles with a pair of opposite parallel sides but it is not a square.

Not too sure of the question but a square or a rhombus has opposite sides that are parallel and congruent in length