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Q: Is a square prism and a rectangular prism the same?

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a square pyramid has 5 faces and a rectangular prism has 6

A rectangular prism has 4 sides, and a triangular prism has three. Its like asking the difference between a Square and a Triangle!

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

Although there is a separate formula for it, yes, a cube is technically a rectangular prism, and you can use the rectangular prism's formula, because a rectangle is defined as a quadrilateral with four right angles, which a square is.

The total surface area of a rectangular prism with length L, breadth B and height H, is2*(LB + BH + HL) square units.

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There is no such thing as a rectangular prism square!

Triangular prism - 6 Rectangular prism - 8 Rectangular pyramid - 5 Square pyramid - 5 Answer: Rectangular prism

yes 6 faces, 8 vertices, 12 edges. * * * * * It is the same, but the fact that they have the same number of faces, edges and vertices is not conclusive. A rectangular prism (brick shape) also has the same numbers.

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a square pyramid has 5 faces and a rectangular prism has 6

It is A square * * * * * What?! It is a cuboid; otherwise know as a rectangular prism.

on a square prism, all the sides are equal but the rectangular prisim has 2 or more rectangles on it.

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A rectangular prism does not need to have any square faces. All its faces may be rectangular in shape. However, it may also have two or four square faces, yet still be a rectangular prism.

A rectangular prism has two bases, each of which is a rectangle, and four rectangular sides. The 12 cubes are the same as the rectangular prisms, except that each of the rectangles is a square.

A rectangular prism.... has four rectangular, and two square faces.

A cube cannot be a rectangular prism, as the cross section of this prism would be a rectangle, as opposed to a square. A square prism (if that is what it is called) could be a cube, but is not necessarily.