A flat shape.
A cinder cone looks like a cone which is why it's named a cinder cone. they look like what people typically imaging volcanoes to look like. An upside down ice-cream cone or a tall rounded pointy mountain.
The closest thing I can think of is a Cinder Cone Volcano. They look like conical mountains
It is an isosceles triangle and would look like a cone shape on graph paper
a regular oval shape, traced by a point moving in a plane so that the sum of its distances from two other points (the foci) is constant, or resulting when a cone is cut by an oblique plane that does not intersect the base.
It depends how the cone was standing relative to the horizontal plane of the cut:It will result in:a circle (if the cone is with its circular base in a horizontal plane)a parabola (if the cone is with its circular base is in a vertical plane)an ellipse (if the cone is tilted with its circular base somewhere between a horizontal plane and a vertical plane).
It would look similar to an isosceles triangle.
the Nile river is in the shape of a bow when you look out of a plane window you can see it
because it look like a cone and its a volcano
it looks like a plane