# Worksheet: Cross Section of 3D Shapes

In this worksheet, we will practice identifying the 2D shape that results from the cross section of a 3D shape.

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Determine the two-dimensional figure that results from slicing the given three-dimensional shape as shown.

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**Q3: **

Determine the two-dimensional figure that results from slicing the given three-dimensional shape as shown.

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**Q4: **

Determine the two-dimensional figure that results from slicing the given three-dimensional shape as shown.

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**Q11: **

Which of the following solids could be sliced vertically, in the orientation shown, to produce the two-dimensional cross section seen in the given figure?

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**Q13: **

Which of the following solids could be sliced vertically, in the orientation shown, to produce the two-dimensional cross section seen in the given figure?

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**Q14: **

Which of the following two-dimensional shapes could be created by slicing the square-based pyramid in the given figure, horizontally, in a plane parallel to the base of the pyramid?

- Aa trapezoid
- Ba circle
- Can irregular quadrilateral
- Da triangle
- Ea square

**Q15: **

Which of the following two-dimensional shapes can NOT be created by slicing the cylinder in the given figure?

- Aa rectangle
- Ba triangle
- Ca circle
- Dan ellipse
- Ea square

**Q16: **

The solid in the given figure has been sliced by a plane perpendicular to its base, in the given orientation. Which of the following two-dimensional cross sections could NOT have been created?

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