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Spheres are spherical, with no base, and have no flat surfaces. Cones have a flat, circular base, with a circular altitude protruding from the edges of the circle. The altitude's diameter slowly diminishes until all edges reach eachother.

Q: How are a sphere and a cone alike and different?

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A sphere sliced by a plane; or a cone.

A cone could be a party hat && a sphere couldd be a bowling ball.

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The ancient Greek mathematician Archimedes proved that the volume of a sphere is four times that of the cone with base equal to a great circle of the sphere and height the radius of the sphere. Maybe this is what the poser of the question meant.

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a cylinder is like a soup can. and a cone is like a party hat.

It is because they all are 3D shapes

A sphere sliced by a plane; or a cone.

a pyramid and a cone are alike because they both have a flat side on the bottom and they can slide. they are different because a pyramid has 5 flat sides on the sides and 1 flat side on the bottom part. a cone can roll but a pyramid can't roll like the cone.

Not alike

No, it is not.

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A sphere to a cone is the same as a circle is to a triangle but they are both 3 dimensional.

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

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A pyramid and a cone are alike because they are both are like in the same shape.