a hexagonal prism
A hexagonal prism has 6 rectangular faces and 2 hexagonal faces. Since it has 8 faces in total, it is a type of irregular octahedron, however it is correctly classified as a prismatic uniform polyhedron to avoid ambiguity with the regular octahedron with triangular faces. The hexagonal prism forms the basis of the hexagonal prismatic honeycomb.
A hexagonal prism has bases that are hexagonal. It has eight faces in all (octahedron).A rectangular prism has bases that are rectangles . It has six faces in all (hexahedron).
A hexagonal prism
A cube!* * * * *Is the exclamation mark put there to indicate a wrong answer?The correct answer is a hexagonal prism. Two hexagonal bases AND six rectangular faces.
A hexagonal prism has 6 rectangular faces.
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.
Hexagonal prism, if you don't count the bases as faces. Rectangular prism, if you do.
Hexagonal prisms, if you don't count the bases as faces. Rectangular prisms, if you do.
a rectangular prism