It fits the description of a cylinder
A cone. It has a circle for the base, and a curved face tapering to a point.
The following are some examples of a shape with two flat face and one curved surface: A sphere intersected by two planes. An ellipsoid intersected by two plane faces. A paraboloid intersected by two plane faces. A cone intersected by two plane faces. A cylinder. A hyperboloid intersected by two plane faces.
There cannot be such a shape. It is not a cylinder because a cylinder sdoes not have a rectangular face. A rectangle must be a flat face and the only flat faces in a cylinder are the circle faces. The curved face can be "opened out" into a rectangular shape but because the face is curved it cannot be rectangular.
a cylider deffinatly
a 3D shape called a cylinder
A quarter of a circleImproved Answer:-It fits the the description of a cylinder
A cylinder or a frustrum of a cone.
The shape described has two flat faces, one curved face, and two edges. It could be a cylinder or a cone with a circular base.
A truncated coneA truncated cylinderA spherical sector