The cross-section of a cuboid is unified in the shape of a square or a rectangle.
A cylinder has a circular cross-section whereas a cuboid has a quadrilateral cross-section.
Yes a prism can have a square cross-section
Volume of a cuboid = cross-section area times its length
It can be a square, a trapezium, a quadrilateral or a triangle - depending on the inclination of the plane which defines the cross section.
Depending on the inclination of the plane used for the cross-section, it could be a square, rectangle, trapezium, triangle.
Cube, Cuboid. Any prism with a quadrilateral cross section
The following are some shapes having a square cross section: a cube, a cuboid, a square pyramid.
Yes. A cuboid, for example, has triangular cross sections
They are both 3D shapes with a unified cross-section.
It will be one of:a triangle if where the cross section cuts the base is through two adjacent sides;an irregular quadrilateral if where the cross section cuts the base is through two opposite sides but not parallel to a side of the base; ora trapezium if where the is the cross section cuts the base is parallel to a side of the base.
The cross section of a cuboid box, bt a plane at an angle to all of its sides will be a point, triangle or quadrilateral - depending on it location. The cross section by a plane perpendicular to an axis of the box will be a rectangle.