Q: Which three-dimensional shape has one lateral surface and two bases that are both circles?

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An edge is a segment that is the intersection of two faces. A cylinder has two parallel bases bounded by congruent circles, and a curved lateral surface which connect the circles. Therefore, a cylinder does not have an edge.

Lateral surface :)

it's a cylinder

Cylinder

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cylinder

An edge is a segment that is the intersection of two faces. A cylinder has two parallel bases bounded by congruent circles, and a curved lateral surface which connect the circles. Therefore, a cylinder does not have an edge.

Cylinder

the sphere doesn't have a base because it's all round

the formulas for lateral area dont include the figures bases. surface area does.

Lateral surface :)

A cylinder

it's a cylinder

The lateral area of a three-dimensional object, such as a prism or cylinder, refers to the combined area of all sides excluding the bases. It is calculated by finding the sum of the areas of all the lateral faces of the object.

No, there are TWO bases.

cylinder

Cylinder