A rectangular prism is a three-dimensional object that has six faces that are all rectangles. On a rectangular prism, opposite faces are both equal and parallel. Rectangular prisms also have the same cross section along ... More »

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Examples of rectangular prisms include a solid brick, a regular box, a rectangular cabinet, a six-sided die or a Rubik's cube. A rectangular prism, also called a rectangular cuboid, is a three-dimensional solid object th... More »

Rectangular prisms have eight vertices. They also have six faces and 12 edges. "Vertices" is the plural of "vertex," which is defined as the point where three or more faces come together to form a point or a corner, in t... More »

A trapezoidal prism is a three-dimensional figure that consists of two trapezoids on opposite faces connected by four rectangles. A trapezoidal prism has six faces, eight vertices and 12 edges. More »

A hexagonal prism has eight faces, six of which are rectangles, and two of which are hexagons. A hexagonal prism consists of a top and bottom hexagon that are both joined by straight lines connecting each set of vertices... More »

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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 rectangular prism's sides have different measurements. More »

A triangular prism has five faces, six vertices and nine edges. The face is the flat side of a solid figure, and it is typically in the form of a plane figure such as a rectangle, square or triangle, with the triangular ... More »

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