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A cuboid is a solid that has six rectangular faces--think of a typical box. All faces are either parallel or perpendicular to each other. Further, a cuboid is a right rectangular prism. A cuboid with six square faces is a cube, whereas a cuboid with at least two square faces is known as a square cuboid.
Finding Area and Volume of a Cuboid
If a given cuboid has dimensions , then its volume is , and its surface area is
Finding the space diagonal of a cuboid
The space diagonal of a cuboid, , is found by the formula , where , and are the side lengths of the solid