l>Three-dimensional figures - Cylinders, cones and spheres - an initial Glance
Home|Teacher|Parents|Glossary|About Us
\"*\"
\"*\"
\"*\"
\"*\"
\"*\"
\"*\"



You are watching: How many bases does a cone have

\"*\"

\"*\"

In this unit we\"ll examine three species of room figures that space not polyhedrons. These numbers have bent surfaces, not flat faces.

A cylinder is similar to a prism, but its two bases room circles, no polygons. Also, the political parties of a cylinder room curved, no flat. A cone has actually one circular base and also a vertex that is not on the base. The round is a an are figure having all its point out an equal street from the facility point.

Move your computer mouse cursor over the objects to learn more.


\"*\"

\"*\"

\"*\"



See more: Can A Werewolf Bite Kill A Vampire, Poll Results

Homework help | Geometry | Three-dimensional figures
\"*\"
Email this page to a friend
Search
\"*\"
·Space figures
·Prisms
·Pyramids
·Cylinders, cones and also spheres