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Q: What solid figure with two congruent polygons that are bases connected with lateral faces that are rectangles?

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hexagonal prism

A triangular prism or a cuboid as it seems would fit the given description

Three congruent rectangles.

The lateral faces will be parallelograms, and the opposite faces will be congruent. In a right prism, the lateral faces will be rectangles.

A prism.

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It is called a prism.

hexagonal prism

A triangular prism or a cuboid as it seems would fit the given description

A prism..

Three congruent rectangles.

The lateral faces will be parallelograms, and the opposite faces will be congruent. In a right prism, the lateral faces will be rectangles.

A prism.

In its most generalised form it comprises two connected, congruent and parallel faces: these faces are called the bases. In a right prism, the bases are at right angles to the length of the prism. In a polyhedral prism, all faces are polygons and, in such a case, the faces joining the bases are quadrilaterals. In the very special case of a right polyhedral prism, the bases are polygons and the lateral faces are rectangles.

The description given could fit that of a triangular prism.

cylinder

Cylinder

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