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Q: All cross-sectional shapes that are parallel or perpendicular to one of the bases of a what are also congruent to one another?

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since one parallel lines is perpendicular to another line, the other parallel line is perpendicular to the line as well. so the two would not be parallel, only the original two.

The diagonals of a rhombus are perpendicular. A rhombus is a special kind of parallelogram. It has the characteristics of a parallelogram (both pairs of opposite sides parallel, opposite sides are congruent, opposite angles are congruent, diagonals bisect each other.) It also has special characteristics. It has four congruent sides. So it looks like a lopsided or squished square. Its diagonals are perpendicular. Another property: each diagonal bisects two angles of the rhombus.

A sole line can't be perpendicular. To be perpendicular, a line has to meet with another line, to form right angles on either side. Perpendicular is the exact opposite of parallel. Parallel: = Perpendicular: -|

Prisms are three dimensional figures that always have two congruent faces. The congruent faces are also parallel to one another.

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A sole line can't be perpendicular. To be perpendicular, a line has to meet with another line, to form right angles on either side. Perpendicular is the exact opposite of parallel. Parallel: = Perpendicular: -|

since one parallel lines is perpendicular to another line, the other parallel line is perpendicular to the line as well. so the two would not be parallel, only the original two.

The diagonals of a rhombus are perpendicular. A rhombus is a special kind of parallelogram. It has the characteristics of a parallelogram (both pairs of opposite sides parallel, opposite sides are congruent, opposite angles are congruent, diagonals bisect each other.) It also has special characteristics. It has four congruent sides. So it looks like a lopsided or squished square. Its diagonals are perpendicular. Another property: each diagonal bisects two angles of the rhombus.

two parallel lines are crossed by another line ,that's the perpendicular.

Perpendicular is when a line is at a right angle to another. Parallel lines are side by side and even if they were to go on to infinity, would never meet. Therefore the answer is perpendicular.

They are all congruent (equal length), parellel to another side, and perpendicular to another side

Prisms are three dimensional figures that always have two congruent faces. The congruent faces are also parallel to one another.

y = -5x + 9 is the equation of a straight line. It cannot be parallel or perpendicular by itself, you need another line to compare it to.

A rhombus is perpendicular * * * * * No, it is not. A rhombus is a four sided plane figure which has two pairs of parallel sides. It is, therefore, a parallelogram. The only thing that is perpendicular in a rhombus is that its diagonals bisect one another at right angles.

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