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What does a 2-dimensional cross section of a 3-dimensional object look like?
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Would it look like a flat object?
carolinar7
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it depends what shapes are involved
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The question doesn't give me any specific shapes.

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carolinar7
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but ya the final would be a 2-d object
carolinar7
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Is it Multiple choice
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No.
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These are questions for my phone call with my teacher.
carolinar7
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A DBA
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But yeah I agree it would look like a 2-D object. Thanks, and yes.
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Ok

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