Similar: They both have a circular base.Different: A cone has a vertex, a cylinder does not.
Only in that a centimeter is one-one hundredth of a meter. In other words it takes 100 centimeters to make a meter.
They are the same thing. Both are glass or plastic cylinders with lines to indicate how much liquid is in the cylinder. Like a more accurate measuring cup.
Yours is either a trick question or a poorly worded one. There are NO centimeters in a cubic centimeter, because the units -- although they sound similar -- are incompatible. The centimeter is a unit of length, whereas the cubic centimeter is a unit of volume. Think of it this way: Would you ask how many oranges there are in a barrel of apples? Having said that, a cubic centimeter is a volume equivalent to the volume of a cube that measures one centimeter on each edge.
no. not all cylinders are similar, some may even be slanted
A square meter is quite a bit larger then a square centimeter. For example the area of a square with sides 1 meter long (about three feet) is a square meter. A square with sides 1 centimeter long (a little less then a half inch) is a square centimeter. You could fit 10,000 square centimeters in 1 square meter. They are similar in that they are both measures of area in the metric system.
By unit of length and mass and conversion ,we can say that centimeter is equal to cm.
Also, how is kilogram and cubic centimeter similar/related?
No. To be similar ALL lengths must be in the same ratio. If two cylinders have the same radii, but different heights then the radii have one ratio (1:1) but the heights have a different ratio; thus they are not similar.
CC is Cubic Centimeters, an unit of volume by itself. It can be either swept or total volume depending on circumstances.
The cylinder and the prisms bases are similar because its a flat surface.
They are not the same because 1 centimeter is 10 times greater than 1 millimeter. But they are SIMILAR as they are both units of measure used for lengths and distance.