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Q: What is a Right prism whose bases are rectangles?

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Rectangular prism

A square prism is one whose two ends are square and the remaining 4 faces are rectangles.

It is a cuboid

triangle

the altitude of a prism is a segment perpendicular to both bases whose endpoints are in the planes of the bases.

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Rectangular prism

A prism.A prism.A prism.A prism.

No, a parallelepiped is a prism all of whose faces are parallelograms. However, in school, all prisms are "right" prisms and so must include rectangles.

A square prism is one whose two ends are square and the remaining 4 faces are rectangles.

It is a hexahedron, all of whose faces are rectangles.

It is a cuboid

A prism whose bases are parallelogram

triangle

the altitude of a prism is a segment perpendicular to both bases whose endpoints are in the planes of the bases.

A rectangular prism is a three dimensional object, all of whose six faces are rectangles. Two of them may be squares.

A prism whose bases are parallelogram

It depends on the prism. A prism that has a regular pentagon as base but is not a right prism has no right angles. At the other extreme, consider a right prism whose bases are pentagons that resemble a child's drawing of a house (square with a triangle roof). If the angles of the roof triangle are 90-45-45, the prism will have 22 right angles.

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