Q: What makes the cube and the rectangular prism alike?

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A cube is a rectangular prism in which each edge is of the same length.

They are all, technically, prisms.

No, a cube is a cube and a rectangular prism is a rectangular prism. They are two different shapes.

A Rubik's cube is a cube, therefore it is a type of rectangular prism.

a cube is a 3d pop out type of figure,and a retangluar prism is wider and more retangle than a cube. A cube and a square are alike because they are the same shape but they are different size angles and shaps on there verices.

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A cube is a rectangular prism in which each edge is of the same length.

They are alike, because they both have square bottoms. They are different, because the rectangular prism is longer.

They are all, technically, prisms.

Cube all sides equal length,: rectangular prism opposite side equal

No, a cube is a cube and a rectangular prism is a rectangular prism. They are two different shapes.

They have the same number of edges, faces and vertices.

A Rubik's cube is a cube, therefore it is a type of rectangular prism.

A cube is a special case of a rectangular prism. If each edge of a rectangular prism were of the same measure, then it would be a cube.

a cube is a 3d pop out type of figure,and a retangluar prism is wider and more retangle than a cube. A cube and a square are alike because they are the same shape but they are different size angles and shaps on there verices.

They are both hexahedra with three pairs of parallel faces meeting, three at a time, at right angles. All edges (sides) of a cube are of equal length whereas in a rectangular prism they are not.

They are both hexahedra with three pairs of parallel faces meeting, three at a time, at right angles. All edges (sides) of a cube are of equal length whereas in a rectangular prism they are not.

A larger rectangular prism.