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Roy, Aaron, and Pete are given three identical rectangular blocks. They slice their blocks in different ways to get two equal halves.
The resulting cross section in each of the three blocks is a

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  1. and more..?

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  2. most likely a rectangle, if the cuts are made parallel to the sides

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  3. Roy, Aaron, and Pete are given three identical rectangular blocks. They slice their blocks in different ways to get two equal halves.
    The resulting cross section in each of the three blocks is a
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  4. Square

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  5. So whats the answer ?

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  6. rectangle

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  7. triangle?

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