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# What geometric solids has two congruent circular faces and no vertices?

Updated: 12/12/2022

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A sphere intersected by two parallel planes equidistant from its centre,

An ellipsoid intersected by two parallel planes equidistant from its centre,

A uniform hyperboloid intersected by two parallel planes equidistant from its centre,

A torus with a wedge removed,

A cylinder.

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