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Which of the following terms correctly describe the figure given below? ........check all that apply.

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polygon - flat closed figure prism - the bases are parallel polyhedron - 3d closed figure pyramid - 3D triangle rectangular solid - rectangle rectangle - flat quadrilateral that's my simplest explanation for your choices heh
so which one do you think apply here?

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b, c
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what about rectangular solid?
dont you think it applies too?
oh snap i didnt see that
hehe
a prism and a rectangular solid
a prism http://www.learner.org/interactives/geometry/3d_prisms.html
but normally the answer that would only apply is rectangular solid if you're not taking some intermediate geometry yet.
panchta, while a rectangular solid may be a prism, but to indicate that it is just a prism is too vague.

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