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21 October, 09:18

The base of a cube is parallel to the horizon. A plane cuts through the cube creating a pentagon-shaped cross section. Which kind of plane could it be? A. a vertical plane cutting two adjacent edges of the base

B. a vertical plane cutting two opposite edges of the base

C. a slanting plane cutting two adjacent edges of the base

D. a slanting plane containing exactly one edge of the cube

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  1. 21 October, 09:31
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    I think the answer is C. a slanting plane cutting two adjacent edges of the base. I thought of the Pentagon building in Washington where it also has a pentagon-shaped cross section.
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