Rectangular prism

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A rectangular prism (also cuboid, rectangular box, right rectangular prism, rectangular paralleliped) is a three dimensional figure with 6 faces that are all rectangles.

Opposite faces of a rectangular prism are congruent and parallel.

The volume can be determined by multiplying the length, width, and height ($V = lwh$).

The length of a diagonal can be determined by using the formula $\sqrt{l^2 + w^2 + h^2}$.

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