Math and Arithmetic
How are the surface area formulas of cones and cylinders similar?
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How do the surface area formulas of cones and cylinders differ from that of prisms and pyramids?
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How cones and cylinders similar How are they different?
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How are cones and cylinders similar to pyramids and prisms?
cones are similar to pyramids because they come to a point, also known as the vertex. Cones and pyramids are also conic. Cylinders are similar to prisms because their base, no matter what shape, will translate (slide) all the way up the middle to the top. Basically, their 2 bases should always always always be congruent. Prisms and cylinders are also cylindric.