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A rectangular prism has 3 pairs of congruent faces

There are three pairs of faces of a rectangular prism, each pair has the same dimensions.

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yes there are congruent because of the shape * * * * * Wrong. The faces may me congruent but don't have to be. Think of a brick (a rectangular prism). Its top and side are certainly not congruent. And there is no requirement, in such a prism, for the top and bottom to be congruent either.

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Look at the prism. If all faces are rectangular (or square) then so are the bases. Otherwise they are the two congruent parallel faces that are not rectangular. Look at the prism. If all faces are rectangular (or square) then so are the bases. Otherwise they are the two congruent parallel faces that are not rectangular. Look at the prism. If all faces are rectangular (or square) then so are the bases. Otherwise they are the two congruent parallel faces that are not rectangular. Look at the prism. If all faces are rectangular (or square) then so are the bases. Otherwise they are the two congruent parallel faces that are not rectangular.

There are three pairs of faces of a rectangular prism, each pair has the same dimensions.

Faces

Rectangular prism

rectangular prism

It fits the description of a cube

Three pairs.

A prism..

A prism..

Cube

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