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How Many Faces, Edges, Vertices Does A Rectangular Prism Have?

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A rectangular Prism has 6 faces, 12 edges, and 8 vertices

A face is a flat surface of a solid - it doesn't matter if it is side, top or bottom
an Edge is anywhere where two faces meet - basically count your lines
the Vertices is basically your corner - where 3 edges meet

So the rectangular Prism is 6, 12, 8
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6 faces 12 edges 8 vertices.
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It has 6 faces 12 vertices and 8 edges
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4 base 6 Faces 12 Edges 7 Vertices
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5. Picture a rectangle with a point at the top. 1, 2, 3, 4, vertices has a rectangle and then the point, 5.
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A rectangular prism is the solid 3-dimensional geometric figure resulting from translating a rectangle in a direction perpendicular to the plane in which it lies.
It has six (6) flat surfaces, called faces. These are the original rectangle (the base), the translated rectangle (another base), and the surfaces that result from translating each of the rectangle's four (4) sides (the lateral faces). On a die, or "number cube", the faces are numbered.

Each base has four (4) corners. These comprise the eight (8) vertices of the figure. The four edges of each base, and the four edges joining the two bases comprise the 12 edges of a rectangular prism.

Rectangular prisms come in many forms and sizes, including the tiniest computer chips, gaming dice, construction bricks and blocks, shipping boxes, and concrete runways miles long and feet thick.

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