How does the shape of a cross-section of a 3D figure parallel to the base relate to the volume of the 3D figure?

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How does the shape of a cross-section of a 3D figure parallel to the base relate to the volume of the 3D figure?

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Everleigh 1 month 2021-10-21T08:15:19+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2021-10-21T08:17:10+00:00

    Answer:

    The volume of  a 3D figure can be determined by the sum of  all the cross-sections of that 3D figure parallel to the base

    Step-by-step explanation:

    We need to understand what a cross-section of a 3D figure ?

    A cross section is the shape we get when cutting straight through an object

    and in geometry it is the shape made when a solid is cut through by a plane.

    => the cross section is parallel to the base of the figure.

    So that the area of the cross-section is determined by its shape

    Hence, The volume of  a 3D figure can be determined by the sum of  all the cross-sections of that 3D figure parallel to the base  

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