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Right Square Prism

A box with at least one pair of opposite faces that are squares. It can also be described as a right prism with square bases. A right square prism which has square lateral surfaces is a cube.

 

Right Square Prism

Volume = x2h
Lateral Surface Area = 4xh
Surface Area = 2x2 + 4xh

 

See also

Prism , right regular prism

 


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