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A nut has the seed enclosed within a hard shell, often then enclosed in a soft fruit.

A cone bears a naked seed - though some conifers have their seed associated with a soft berry. (Check out the Kahikatea and the Miro.)

Q: What is the difference between a nut and a cone?

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the difference between a cone and a prism is that a cone has no edges and only one vertex and a prism has both edges and vertexes.

A triangle is 2D, and has a square base. A cone is 3D, and has a circular base.

A symons cone crusher is an upgrade from a spring cone crusher.

In a right circular cone the apex is directly above the centre of the base.

A cylinder has two bases that are circles but a cone only has one base then a vertex.

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a friut has a nut in the middle of it and a cone doesn't.

the difference between a cone and a prism is that a cone has no edges and only one vertex and a prism has both edges and vertexes.

A triangle is 2D, and has a square base. A cone is 3D, and has a circular base.

A symons cone crusher is an upgrade from a spring cone crusher.

In a right circular cone the apex is directly above the centre of the base.

A sphere to a cone is the same as a circle is to a triangle but they are both 3 dimensional.

A cone has a circle for a base and a triangular prism has a triangle for a base

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the base of a cone is a circle you dumb nut

A cylinder has two bases that are circles but a cone only has one base then a vertex.

A cylinder has two bases that are circles but a cone only has one base then a vertex.