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democritus calculated the volume of pyramids and cones

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Are pyramids and cones surfaces curved?

Pyramids, no; cones, yes (except the base).

Do pyramids and cones have curved surfaces?

Cones have curved lateral surface, pyramids don't.

How can you find the ratio of radius of two cones when you have the ratio of volumes of that two cones?

You cannot because the volumes of the cones also depend on their heights.

How are the volumes of cones and pyramids related to the volumes of prisms and cylinders?

A cone is 1/3 of the volume of a cylinder with the same base and height. A pyramid is 1/3 of the volume of a prism with the same base and height.

Differences between cones and pyramids?

cones have round bases

Do pyrimds and cones have curved faces?

Cones do but pyramids don't

Do cones and pyramids stack on each other?

no u can not stack cones on eachother

What is true about both pyramids and cones?

they are pointy :)

How are pyramids and cones different than prisms and cylinders?

Pyramids and cones have one base and an apex whereas prisms and cylinders have two bases.

What are examples of prisms pyramids cylinders and cones in real life?

Prisms: Feed troughs, bathtubs, and boxes. Pyramids: Pyramids of Egypt and the Aztecs. Cylinders: Cans, pistons, tubes, and pipes. Cones: Ice cream cones, funnels, and the bottom part of a water tower.

What is the difference between a square pyramid and a cone?

Main difference is that square pyramids have square bases, cones have circular bases. For this reason, they're calculated differently.

How do you find the surface area of pyramids and cones and spheres?

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