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Q: Do circles squares rectangles and triangles have bases?

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Rectangles and/or squares

It's called, not altogether surprisingly, a hexagonal prism. If the bases were hexagons and the other faces were triangles, it would be a hexagonal antiprism.

A triangular prism.

Properties of the Pyramids include square bases, triangular bases, equilateral triangles, isosceles triangles, interior right angle triangles and much much more.

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Yes squares with longer bases.

No, the bases are triangles, the sides are rectangles.

Rectangles and/or squares

4 rectangles with either 2 rectangles or 2 squares as the bases

A prism.

Rectangular Prism. It's lateral faces are 4 rectangles. It's bases are 2 squares.

The bases and sides of a cube are squares. The bases and sides of a rectangular prism are rectangles.

A triangular prism. :)

Yes, triangular prisms have two faces that are equilateral triangles and three faces that are rectangles.

yes, they do ,because they have two bases that are equilateral triangle and three faces that are rectangles.

Yes, the two bases are triangles, the 3 lateral faces are rectangles.

Triangular prisim. The three faces are rectangles, while the two bases are triangles.

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