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polyhedrons need flat face and edges, corners which cylinder cones don't have.

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Q: Why aren't cylinder cones and spheres polyhedrons?
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Why aren't cylinders cones and spheres polyhedrons geometry?

polyhedrons need flat face and edges, corners which cylinder cones don't have.


Cylinders and cones are just polyhedrons with circular bases?

False. Cylinders and cones are not just polyhedrons with circular bases.


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Is there a radius on a rectangular prism?

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