What Is the Difference between a Cube and a Cuboid?

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The difference between a cube and a cuboid is that a cube has all three dimensions (length, breadth and height) of equal measure while a cuboid has at least two dimensions which are of different measurements. All the six faces of a cube are always squares, but it is not necessary that all the six faces of a cuboid are squares. A cube is a cuboid but the converse is not true.
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