A cylinder has three faces or individual surfaces. It is a tube-shaped object that is solid on both ends, rather than hollow. It has one face on each end of the cylinder and a third face that wraps continuously around it... More »

A cylinder technically has two curved edges, but in mathematics, an edge is defined as a straight line. Therefore, a cylinder actually has no edges, no vertices and two faces. More »

A cylinder has three faces: two circular bases with one rectangular lateral area between them. Because a cylinder is a curved figure, the term "sides" is not used to describe its shape. More »

A cylinder has three faces: two circular bases with one rectangular lateral area between them. Because a cylinder is a curved figure, the term "sides" is not used to describe its shape. More »

The formula for deriving a cylinder's height involves dividing its volume by the area of one of its end faces. If the physical cylinder is present, measuring the shortest distance along the curved side from one end to th... More »

A cylinder is a three-dimensional figure that has two congruent parallel bases, which can either be circles or ellipses, joined by a curved surface. Its shape resembles that of a can of soda or a tissue roll. A cylindric... More »

A cylinder net is similar to an origami piece that requires folding. It is a flat rendering that becomes a cylinder when folded. Nets can be used to determine the surface area of a solid. More »