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1. What does a 2-dimensional cross section of a 3-dimensional object look like?
2 dimension is just length and height
I guess the only different would just be that there is not depth
like just a like
The answer should be in my notes but I can't find it. I have written down: Cross-Sections: Cylinder Parallel cross section = circle Perpendicular cross section = rectangle Diagonal cross section = ellipse Cone Parallel cross section = circle Perpendicular cross section (lying on the diameter) = triangle Diagonal cross section = ellipse Sphere Parallel cross section = circle Perpendicular cross section = circle Diagonal cross section = circle Square Pyramid Parallel cross section = square Perpendicular cross section = triangle Diagonal cross section = trapezoid
It just looks flat
that was what came to my mind too
I believe it literally is just a square and that is what i would put.
conics, are indeed just a 2dimensional of a 3dimensional object however, the question doesn't specify what 2d object is referring to, is just generalizing about it
Yeah it doesn't give me a 2d object, so I think I will just put that it makes it look flat.
but overall, the main difference on both objects, is that the 3dimensional has "depth" the 2dimensional does not