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A cone has one face. It is a three-dimensional shape with a circular base, one side and one vertex. Faces can be identified as the flat surfaces on a three-dimensional figure.

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A cone has a singular curved face. Cones consist of two main parts: a circular base and a curved top that spans from the outside of the base to a single point at the top.

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A cone has one face, one edge and no corners. A cone is defined as a hollow or solid object with a circular base that tapers upward to a point.

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A cone has one edge. The edge appears at the intersection of of the circular plane surface with the curved surface originating from the cone's vertex.

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A cone does not have a vertex. A vertex is defined as a point where two lines meet; a triangle has three vertices, and the angular face of a pyramid has a vertex. However, a cone is a three-dimensional figure and has a curved surface.

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A cone only has one flat surface, its circular base. Its other surface is a curved one that extends from the base to the apex.

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When cardboard is curled so the two sides of the wedge meet, it forms a cone. The larger the circle is, the taller the cone.

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Pine cones form by cross-pollination between two trees. Seed cones and pollen cones are the two types of cones that grown on the same pine tree.

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A cone is made up of one circular face and a vertex, which is also its pointed side. A right cone is one in which the vertex is directly above (or below) the center of the base.

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A cone is any three-dimensional shape that tapers from a flat base to a single vertex. A pyramid is a specialized type of cone. Pyramids are cones with polygonal bases. All types of cone are triangles when presented in two dimensions.