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WILL GIVE MEDAL!! PLEASE HELP!! A right rectangular prism has a height of 15 in, and the area of the cross section taken parallel to the base at a level of 5 in above the base is 25 in2. A right triangular prism has a height of 15 in, and the area of the cross section taken parallel to the base at a level of 5 in above the base is 25 in2. Do the solids have the same volume?

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    A. Yes, because they have the same height and the same cross-sectional area at every level parallel to the bases. B. Yes, because the solids are congruent. C. No, because the heights are not equal. D. No, because the cross-sectional area at every level must be the same, not just at one level.

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