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# Which correctly describes a cross section of the right rectangular prism if the base is a rectangle measuring 15 inches by 8 inches? Select three options.. A right rectangular prism with length 15 inches, width of 8 inches, and height of 6 inches. A cross section parallel to the base is a rectangle measuring 15 inches by 8 inches. A cross section parallel to the base is a rectangle measuring 15 inches by 6 inches. A cross section perpendicular to the base through the midpoints of the 8-inch sides is a rectangle measuring 6 inches by 15 inches. A cross section perpendicular to the base through the midpoints of the 8-inch sides is a rectangle measuring 4 inches by 15 inches. A cross section not parallel to the base that passes through opposite 6-inch edges is a rectangle measuring 6 inches by greater than 15 inches.

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