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Example 2
Author:
Walch Education
The diagram shows the two cross sections, I and II, of a solid figure. What is the geometric solid from which the cross sections are formed?
Name the plane figure represented by cross section I.
Name the plane figure represented by cross section II.
Describe how the cross sections are oriented with respect to each other and why.
Name the solid figure implied by the cross sections.
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