Q: Can a cube have a cross section of a pentagon?

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It depends on the angle of the plane of the cross section. If it is parallel to the cube's face (or equivalently, two adjacent edges) the cross section will be a square congruent to the face. If the plane is parallel to just one edge (and so angled to a face), the cross section will be a rectangle which will have a constant width. Its length will increase, remain at a maximum level and then decrease. If neither, it will be a hexagon-triangle-hexagon-triangle-hexagon (triangles when passing through a vertex).

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