Q: What is one similarity between a cone and a cylinder?

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A cylinder has two bases that are circles but a cone only has one base then a vertex.

a cone looks like an ice cream cone and a cylinder has 2 circles (one on each side) figure it out

cylinder has 2 and cone one

it has one more, because a cylinder has 2 and a cone has one.

The cone has one. Neither the cylinder nor the sphere has any.

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A cylinder has two bases that are circles but a cone only has one base then a vertex.

A cylinder has two bases that are circles but a cone only has one base then a vertex.

Actually seeing the relationship between the volumes of a cone (one-third of a cylinder) and a sphere (two-thirds of a cylinder) is hard to beat. The cylinder is 1/3 the volume of the cone

A circle is a two-dimensional figure, where the cylinder and cone are three-dimensional.

a cone looks like an ice cream cone and a cylinder has 2 circles (one on each side) figure it out

cylinder has 2 and cone one

it has one more, because a cylinder has 2 and a cone has one.

If the area of the base and the height of the cylinder and the cone are the same, then the volume of the cone will always be one third of the volume of the cylinder.

The cone has one. Neither the cylinder nor the sphere has any.

Cylinder and cone are different because:Cylinder doesn't have the sharp point at the end as cone has.Cylinder has two circular bases while cone only has one.

Kerplunk for the cylinder, no idea fo the cone.

If a cylinder has two edges then a cone by that definition has one edge and one vertice.