Square Prism
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The square prism can be, but does not have to be a cube.  If the length of the prism is the same length as the side of the front and back faces, then it is indeed a cube.  

All other times, this shape is referred to as a square prism or a cuboid.

Facts

Image

Cross Section

Faces

SIX - The front and back faces which are squares, and four rectangles which connect them. 

Vertices

8 Vertices

Edges

12 Edges

Surface Area

Volume

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