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You are watching: A cone is a polyhedron with a circular base

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In this unit we"ll study three varieties of an are figures that room not polyhedrons. These numbers have curved surfaces, not level faces.

A cylinder is similar to a prism, yet its 2 bases room circles, no polygons. Also, the sides of a cylinder room curved, not flat. A cone has one one base and also a vertex that is not on the base. The sphere is a an are figure having actually all its clues an equal street from the center point.

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