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5-58.

A regular tetrahedron is a triangular-based pyramid in which every face is an equilateral triangle. Is it possible to slice a regular tetrahedron and get a cross-section that is *not* an equilateral triangle? Justify your response, explaining completely.

Yes, it is possible. Can you visualize how?