Math and Arithmetic

# What is a 3d rectangle called?

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A rectangle is a two dimensional figure having two dimensions as

• length (L)
• bredth(B) But in the cased of three dimensional figure having three dimensions(one extra dimension as)
• height(H)

So this figure having three dimension is called as Cuboid

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A prism. A rectangle is a special kind of prism. It is called a cuboid.

A 3d rectangle, or a cuboid, has eight corners.

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