Right Rectangular Prism

Right Rectangular Prism

  • A right rectangular prism is also called a right parallelepiped.
  • A right rectangular prism has three pairs of bases, any of which can be used to calculate the volume.


The following formulas can be used to calculate the volume V and the area A of a right rectangular prism:

  • \(V=A_{b}\times h\)
  • \(A=2A_{b}+P_{b}\times h\) , where Ab represents the area of the base and Pb represents the perimeter of the base.


This is a right rectangular prism:

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