A polyhedron is defined as a "geometric solid in three dimensions with flat edges and straight faces". As both cylinders and cones have curved faces, neither are polyhedra.
False. Cylinders and cones are not just polyhedrons with circular bases.
Pyramids and cones have one base and an apex whereas prisms and cylinders have two bases.
polygons have faces and cylinders and cone and spheres only has bases not faces.
No. They have curved edges, so they can't be polyhedra.
A circular cross-section.
Cones, hemispheres, and cylinders have.
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.
polyhedrons need flat face and edges, corners which cylinder cones don't have.
They have at least one circular base.
They both depend on circumference not perimeter.