A three-dimensional rectangle is called a cuboid. A cuboid is defined as a closed box that is composed of six rectangular faces joined at right angles. The rectangles on opposite faces of the cuboid are identical to each other.
Continue ReadingA cuboid in which all the edges are the same length is called a cube, which could also be described as a three-dimensional square. Calculating the volume of a cuboid is accomplished by multiplying the three edge lengths together. The surface area of a cuboid is equal to the sum of the areas of the rectangles that make up each side.
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