The base of a cone is a circle, and circle have an infinite amount of sides
the base of a cone is just a circle. so its round.
The base of a cone is always a circle. it also can be a ellipse.
the base of a cone is a circle you dumb nut
The interception of a plane with a cone parallel to the base of the cone is a circle.
The base of a cone is a circle. The area of a circle is found by multiplying the diameter by Pi.
A cone has a base that is a circle. The radius of that circle is its radius.
A cone has only one base, and it is a circle.
A cone ?
It is a cone
A cone has a circle for a base and a triangular prism has a triangle for a base
A cone has a circle base then the sides taper up to a point
A cone has a circular base while a pyramid has a square (rectangular) base.
In a right circular cone the base is a circle and the sloped side is a sector of a circle. For a general cone, they are an ellipse and a sector of an ellipse.
That always gives you a circle.
It is a circle - or at its extreme, a point.
A circle with a radius equal to the base of the cone. This circle will be tangential to a segment of a circle whose arc is the same length as the circle, and whose radius is the slant height of the cone.
cone; circle is the base