nuccioreggie
  • nuccioreggie
An image of a prism is shown below: A square prism is shown. Part A: A cross section of the prism is cut with a plane parallel to the base. What is the name of the shape created by the cross-section? (5 points) Part B: If a cross section of the prism is cut diagonal to the base, what would be the shape of the resulting cross section? (5 points)
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nuccioreggie
  • nuccioreggie
@Rhystic
Rhystic
  • Rhystic
just cut the diagram and find a listing of 3 dimensional shapes. For the first one as you don't know where you're cutting you aren't sure if you are making a cube as a cube has all equal sides so you have a cuboid. Do the same for the second.
nuccioreggie
  • nuccioreggie
So whats the answer for a and b @Rhystic

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nuccioreggie
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@phi
phi
  • phi
they are asking what is the shape of the "top" of the prism. Or if you cut it in half, and look down on it, what shape do you see?
nuccioreggie
  • nuccioreggie
Ki know can you explain the answer to me please @phi

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