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# What dimensional shapes have circular faces?

Updated: 12/19/2022

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13y ago

Not sure what the question means, unless it is meant to refer to 3-dimensional shapes.

a cylinder,

a cone,

a section of a sphere,

an ellipsoid with two equal axes intersected by a plane defined by those axes,

a symmetric paraboloid intersected by a plane perpendicular to its axis of symmetry,

a torus (doughnut) intersected by a plane perpendicular to its "main" radius.

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