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Q: What has 2 bases that are congruent pentagons and 5 rectangular faces?

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pentagonal prism

An object with 2 congruent pentagons at opposite ends connected with 5 rectangles is a pentagonal prism.

Prism!

A rectangular prism has 3 pairs of congruent faces

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pentagonal prism

An object with 2 congruent pentagons at opposite ends connected with 5 rectangles is a pentagonal prism.

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.

It is a pentagonal prism

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rectangular prism.It has 6 faces and 12 edges. The 2 bases are congruent to each other, and the remaining 4 faces are congruent to each other, but the bases are not necessarily congruent to the other faces.

A polyhedron with 12 congruent faces is a dodecahedron.

Prism!

A pair of congruent parallel faces. A rectangular prism, for example, has three pairs of bases.

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