1. Cylindrical Map Projection 2. Conical Map Projcetion 3. Azimuthal Map Projection
Trumpets are cylindrical brass instruments. The tubing is 2/3 cylindrical, and 1/3 conical. The conical equivalent of the trumpet is the cornet, being 2/3 conical, and 1/3 cylindrical.
Nope, it's conical.
Over all, it's cylindrical. The whole horn is shaped more like a circle than anything else. However, the bell by its self is conical.
The correct spelling is conical flask. A conical flask is a type of flask that is used in laboratories. They have a conical body, flat bottom, and cylindrical neck.
It is a conical projection of the earth used for aeronautical charts
it is a mixture of both because its shape is rounded and twirled up.
the conical central axis of the cochlea of the ear.
A type of laboratory flask which features a flat bottom, a conical body, and a cylindrical neck. It is named after the German chemist Emil Erlenmeyer (1825-1909), who created it in 1860.