Q: If a right circular cone intersects a plane that runs perpendicular to the cone's axis but does not pass through its vertex the resulting curve will be an?

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ellipse

parabola

It will be a hyperbola.

hyperbola

The answer letters always rearrange so here are the answers point H is the midpoint of FG line t intersects FG at a right angle Line T is perpendicular to FG

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Hyperbola.

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If I understand your question correctly, it would be an ellipse.

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hyperbola