Q: Is a cone a type of cylinder?

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A cylinder.

cylinder has 2 and cone one

A cylinder has 3 faces, a cone 2. A cylinder has 2 edges, a cone 1. A cylinder consists of 2 circles and 1 rectangle, a cone consists of 1 circle and 1 semicircle.

No, there is no reason for a cone and a cylinder to have anything congruent.

A cylinder can be considered a cone whose apex has moved to infinity.

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A cylinder.

Cylinder cone shaped

Cylinder cone shaped

cylinder has 2 and cone one

A cylinder has 3 faces, a cone 2. A cylinder has 2 edges, a cone 1. A cylinder consists of 2 circles and 1 rectangle, a cone consists of 1 circle and 1 semicircle.

A cylinder and a cone are 2 different things, so no.

No.

If the area of the base and the height of the cylinder and the cone are the same, then the volume of the cone will always be one third of the volume of the cylinder.

cone has 2 cylinder has 3 good luck, lm 92 cone: 1 face cylinder:2 faces

No, there is no reason for a cone and a cylinder to have anything congruent.

No it is a cylinder

anything flat.. nothing 3d ^what about a cone or cylinder