No a cylinder only has 2 faces, the top circle and the bottom circle. If you are confused look at a soda can, the top of the soda can and the bottom of the soda can are your 2 faces.
there's a rectangle in the middle and then a circle at the top and the bottom of the rectangle
a cylinder is a cone with a circle at the bottom and a wrapping
A cylinder has 3 faces (one . the top circle , second , the bottom circle , and third , the lateral surface of the cylinder.) A cylinder does not have any edges , neither does it have any vertices.
first you draw a circle and the one line at the top and the bottom and then another circle (this way is laying down) draw a very thin circle at the top and then you draw one line on each side and the do sort-of a round half- of-a circle on the bottom
yes 2 - where each circle joins the curved face, at the top and at the bottom
The base of a cylinder is the circle on the bottom, the area being the area of that circle.
This is a cylinder. When seen from the top or bottom it is a circle. From any side view (360°) it looks like a rectangle. There are special cases of other solids that appear like this but the cylinder is the most common. Traneengineer, Rocklin, CA
If its a regular cylinder, it should be a circle.