Q: What shapes have the cross section as a circle?

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Every cross-section of a sphere is a circle.

A CIRCLE.

Shapes with an irregular cross-section.

A circle.

A circle.

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The cross section of a circle is a circle. A circle is defined as a plane figure (i.e. 2 dimensional object) with a constant radius in both dimensions. Since a cross section is, by definition 2 dimensional, a circle's cross section is the circle itself.

It depends on the shape. Many prismatic or conical shapes have simple cross section - such as a polygon, a circle or an ellipse. These have simple, though different, formulae.

Every cross-section of a sphere is a circle.

A CIRCLE.

Shapes with an irregular cross-section.

Circle

A circle.

A basketball is a sphere so a cross-section would be a circle.

A Basketball is a sphere so a cross-section would be a circle.

A circle. (or approximately a circle if you look closely the mountains and valleys that the cross section cuts through disturb the circle). a mathematical sphere will give a mathematical circle at all cross sections.

always a circle.

A circle.