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The following are some shapes having a square cross section:

a cube,

a cuboid,

a square pyramid.

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How do you draw a cross section of a cube?

It will be the same shape as a square


Does not narrow - has the same cross section through the shape?

A prism


What 3d shape has the same cross section throughout their length?

Prism


What is the definition of a uniform cross-section?

A Uniform Cross Section is the cross section of the solid, parallel to base, such that the resulting figure has the same shape and size as that of the base of the figure.More about Uniform Cross SectionSolids like pyramids and cones have slant heights and hence do not have uniform cross section.Examples of Uniform Cross SectionThe uniform cross section of the given prism is a square.The uniform cross section of the given cylinder is a circle.In short to say, uniform cross-section are when you dissect a 3D solid and you get all same shape (uniform).


When is a face of a three-dimensional figure also a cross-section of that same figure?

When the 3-d shape is a prism and the cross section is in a plane at right angles to the length of the prism.


A square prism has square?

A square prism is a solid object with identical ends, flat sides, and has the same cross section through out its length.


What does the same cross section throughout the length?

An object with the same cross-section for its whole length is called a prism.


What is the meaning of rectangular prism?

It is a three dimensional shape whose cross-section along the whole of its length is the same rectangle.


What is a meant by cross section?

Imagine that you wanted to cut a globe or a sphere exactly in half. When you looked at the cut you would see an exact circle on both pieces. This area would be the cross-section. You could work out the area of this cross-section by using A = Pi X r squared. But be careful. Don't assume that the cross sectional area is the same no matter where you cut. If you cut the globe at some other point, say near to the edge, the cross-section (the circular area that you would see) would be a lot smaller. You would come across a uniform cross-section if you cut a cable. No matter where you cut the cable the cross-section should be roughly the same. Also cross section doesn't have to be circular. The cross-section you get really depends on the original shape you are dealing with. If you cut a cube in half, you would get a square cross-section. So I guess you could imagine the term as applying to cutting across (hence cross) something to reveal 2 sections (hence section).


What shape has four sides the same length and have square corners?

The shape is a square.


A polyhedron that has two congruent faces is called?

A polyhedron that has two congruent faces is called a prism. It means that when it is cut at the cross-section, the shape is the same as its base.


What are the similarities of a cube and a square?

they are the same shape

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