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### What is a solid with 8 vertices?

A parallelopiped. A cuboid is a special case of a parallelopiped, and a cube is a special case of a cuboid. Full Answer

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A parallelopiped. Full Answer

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There are many possible shapes. The most general, which has a specific name is a parallelopiped. A cube is a special case of a parallelopiped. Full Answer

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No. It is a parallelopiped. And, if it is a right rectangular prism then it is a cuboid. Full Answer

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Is called a Dodecagon. * * * * * A dodecagon is a 2-dimensional (plane) shape with 12 SIDES. The term EDGES is normally used in the context of 3-dimensional objects. One such shape is a parallelopiped. A cube is… Full Answer

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Volume of a parallelogram = cross-section area times length Full Answer

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A parallelopiped has six faces that are parallelogram - like a cuboid that has been distorted by pushing opposite vertices in opposite directions (the three dimensional equivalent of distorting a rectangle into a parallelogram). A solid with two rectangular faces… Full Answer

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A cuboid, a pentagonal pyramid, a di-tetrahedron, a parallelopiped are some possibilities. Full Answer

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An equilateral parallelopiped, each of whose face is a rhombus. Full Answer

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A parallelopiped, which is the 3-dimensional equivalent of a parallelogram. Full Answer

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A cube/cuboid * * * * * or the more general shape: a parallelopiped. Full Answer

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a cube * * * * * or the more general shape: a parallelopiped. Full Answer

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A cube, a cuboid, a parallelopiped are three examples. The name for a general shape of this family would probably be a quadrilateral hexahedron (six faces, each of which is a four-sided plane figure).. Full Answer

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i only know the 3d shape which is rectanglarprism * * * * * or rectangular prism, to give its correct name. More generally, it could be a parallelopiped. Full Answer

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Any quadrilateral parallelopiped has, such as a cube or any other rectangular prism, or anything that you could make out of one of those by squashing it. Full Answer

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First off, a cube cannot be 5 x 6 x 9. In a cube, the lengths of all the sides are the same. Volume of a cube = (length of side)3 What you are referring to is a rectangular parallelopiped… Full Answer

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A cuboid is a solid figure bounded by six faces, forming a convex polyhedron. There are two competing incompatible definitions of a cuboid in the mathematical literature. In the more general definition of a cuboid, the only additional requirement is… Full Answer

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From each corner of the metal square, cut out a 4cm*4cm square (and discard). Fold each of the four flanges (4 cm wide) up through 90 degrees. If the joints can be made water-tight, you will have a box whose… Full Answer