Q: What does the top view and side view of a cylinder look like?

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it is the exactally the same as the front view

It looks like a can; curved.

A rectangle. If the cylinder has the same height as its width, the side view would be a square.

It will look like a cone-shaped party hat from the side and a bullseye from the top.

The difference is 90 degrees.The side view looks like a triangle.The top view looks like a rectangle with its diagonals.

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it is the exactally the same as the front view

It looks like a can; curved.

It's a cylinder. Look at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cylinder_(geometry)

A rectangle. If the cylinder has the same height as its width, the side view would be a square.

The top view of a cylinder is a circle, the side views would be a rectangle.

A triangle with a curved bottom.

The top view of a cylinder is a circle, the side views would be a rectangle.

I believe that it is a look for side by side view. A parallax view is a parallel look _ _

It will look like a cone-shaped party hat from the side and a bullseye from the top.

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

No, the Milky Way Galaxy should look different from different directions. It should look like a spiral from the front/top and back/bottom. From a side view, it should look like a thick or contracted line. From any other view, it should look like an ellipse.

The relay is on the passenger's side of the firewall. If you have air conditioning they are side by side. They look like half circles from the top view.