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Q: What is a 3 dimensional shape all rectangles called?

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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)

rectangles and squares have

If the shape is two-dimensional then it is a circle, if the shape is three-dimensional then it's a sphere.

The sides of a rectangle are not all equal so a rectangle is not a regular polygon. And, as a consequence, any 3-dimensional shape made from rectangles cannot be a regular polyhedron.

Every rectangle is a quadrilateral and a parallelogram

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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)

3 dimensional. A rectangular prism is basically a box where all 6 sides are rectangles (some can be squares, which are just special cases of rectangles). If all six are squares then the rectangular prism is a cube.

The statements:It is a quadrilateral (a shape with 4 sides)It has two pairs of opposite sides equal of equal length which are parallelAll angles are equal at 90°The diagonals are equal in length and bisectall squares are rectangles but not all rectangles are squaresare all true about squares and rectangles

Most rectangles are not rhombuses, but there is a shape that has all the properties of a rectangle and all the properties of a rhombus at the same time. It is called a square. A square is a special rectangle and a special rhombus.

squares and rectangles.

squares and rectangles

A cuboid.

rectangles and squares have

If the shape is two-dimensional then it is a circle, if the shape is three-dimensional then it's a sphere.

The sides of a rectangle are not all equal so a rectangle is not a regular polygon. And, as a consequence, any 3-dimensional shape made from rectangles cannot be a regular polyhedron.

Every rectangle is a quadrilateral and a parallelogram

All of them are rectangles.

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