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# What is a 3D rectangular object called?

**A three-dimensional rectangular object is called a "cuboid," which means "similar to a cube" or "resembling a cube."** It is also referred to as a "rectangular parallelepiped."

A cuboid contains six plane surfaces, with all of its vertices forming 90-degree angles. Two of a cuboid's properties are volume and surface area. The formula for calculating the volume is V = lwh, where "V" denotes the volume, "l" indicates the length, "w" represents the width and "h" is the cuboid's height. The formula for the surface area is A = 2wl + 2lh + 2hw, where "A" is the surface area. A cuboid can be classified as a "prism" because it has a uniform cross-section along its length.

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## How are a cube and a rectangular prism different?

A: The difference between a rectangular prism and a cubic prism is in the equality of the faces of the prism. All sides of a cubic prism are equal, while a re... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
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## What are the properties of a cube?

A: A cube is a solid that has six square faces of equal size that meet each other at right angles. A cube also has eight vertices (corners) and 12 edges. All ... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
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## What is the volume of a cube?

A: The formula for finding the volume of a cube is V= (length of side)3. The volume is obtained by multiplying the length of the side of the cube with itself ... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
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## How many sides does a cube have?

A: A cube has six sides, which are also called faces. There are four faces on the sides of the cube, and the top and bottom each have one face. An example of ... Full Answer >Filed Under: