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Q: The figure formed by the intersection of a solid with a plane parallel to the base of the solid is congruent to the base if the solid is?

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The intersection of two lines is a point. If both lines are straight the figure of four separate triangles are formed. The type of triangles are dependent on the angle of the intersection.

Do you mean the two angles that are formed by two intersecting lines? If yes, they are called vertical angles and they are congruent.

A Square. A parallelogram is a four sided figure with two sets of parallelsides. If allthe sides are congruent,the the figure formed is a square.

a polygon a polygon * * * * * No it is not! If the line is in that plane then it is the whole line. If not, it is a single point.

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A parabola is the figure formed by the intersection of a circular cone and a plane that lies parallel to the edge of the cone. (the cone does not have to be a right [90°] circular cone).

Right Circular Cone

Cylinder - a solid figure formed by two congruent parallel circles joined by a curved surface.

A cylinder would fit the given description

A cylinder would fit the given description

When two parallel lines are both intersected by a tranversal which is a nonvertical line, otherwise all angles formed by that intersection are right angles.

Sure. You could have a set of parallel lines crossed by two transversals that are parallel to each other. The figure formed by their intersection would be a parallelogram! That's one way of looking at it...

Figure that are congruent are shapes are the same size and shape. So when two formed congruent triangles are both together they fit just right.

There are 56 pairs of congruent angles.

The answer would be a right cylinder. A right cylinder is a cylinder that has a closed circular surface having two parallel bases on both the ends and whose elements are perpendicular to its base.

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