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A sphere intersected by two parallel planes equidistant from its centre,

An ellipsoid intersected by two parallel planes equidistant from its centre,

A uniform hyperboloid intersected by two parallel planes equidistant from its centre,

A torus with a wedge removed,

A cylinder.

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A cube always has six congruent faces and eight vertices.

1. Sphere, 2. Hemisphere, 3. Cylinder, 4. Cone

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sphere

A cube always has six congruent faces and eight vertices.

triangular prism

1. Sphere, 2. Hemisphere, 3. Cylinder, 4. Cone

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Crystalline solids have a particular geometric organization of their atoms. Amorphous solids do not.

Yes, the Platonic solids (excluding the sphere which does not have vertices).

Euclidean space

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