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## What solid figure has curved surface without a base?

Geometry Basics III

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Curved solid | Any solid figure with no edges |

Sphere | A curved solid with no bases or faces |

Cone | A figure with a flat circular base and one curved surface leading to a vertex |

Cylinder | A figure with one curved surface and two parallel bases that are congruent circles |

**What is the name given to a solid object that has a curved surface and two circular ends?**

7. What is the name given to a solid object that has a curved surface and two circular ends? The correct answer is: C. Cylinder.

**What is a curved surface?**

Curved surface – Definition with Examples The curved surface is a rounded surface which is not flat. Curved Surface. Flat Surface. An object can have a curved surface all around it. Such objects have only one surface throughout.

### What is the name of solid figure?

Answer: The major types of solid shapes are: cubes, cuboids, prisms, pyramids, platonic solids, torus, cone, cylinder, and sphere.

**How many curved surfaces does a circle have?**

1 curved side When we talk about the properties of these shapes we look at the number of sides that each shape has and the number of corners. A corner is where 2 sides meet. E.g. a triangle has 3 straight sides and 3 corners, whereas a circle has 1 curved side but no corners.

**What 3d shape has one curved face and no vertices?**

sphere

A sphere has no edges and therefore no corners. It has one curved face that goes all the way around.

## Is a cube a plane or solid shape?

Difference Between Plane Figures and Solid Figures

Plane Shapes | Solid Shapes |
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Plane shapes are square, triangle, circle, rectangle, hexagon, etc. | Solid shapes are sphere, cube, cuboid, cylinder, etc |

Plane shapes involve length and breadth. | Solid shapes involve length, breadth and height. |

**What is the solid figure of cube?**

Cubes are solid figures that have six faces which are all squares of the same exact size. A cube has six faces that are all rectangles, so a cube can be known as a rectangular prism. The Cube has the Following Properties: All edges are equal.

**What is curved surface area of a solid?**

A cylinder is a three-dimensional solid, whose circular base and top are parallel to each other. Curved Surface Area- The curved surface area is defined as the area of only curved surface, leaving the circular top and base. Total Surface Area- It is the area of the curved surface as well as the bases.

### What is curved surface of cylinder?

The curved surface area of a cylinder is defined as the area of its curved surface or the area obtained after excluding the area of its two circular bases. The CSA of cylinder having its base radius ‘r’ and height ‘h’ is given by: Curved surface area (CSA) of cylinder = 2πrh sq. units.

**Is cube a solid figure?**

In geometry, a cube is a three-dimensional solid object bounded by six square faces, facets or sides, with three meeting at each vertex. The cube is the only regular hexahedron and is one of the five Platonic solids. It has 6 faces, 12 edges, and 8 vertices.

**Which solid has no flat surface?**

A sphere is a solid figure that has no faces, edges, or vertices. This is because it is completely round; it has no flat sides or corners.

## Which object has one flat surface and a curved surface?

A cone has one flat surface and a curved surface. Examples of the objects with curved as well as flat surfaces are drums, cans, cones, etc There are objects that can have 2 different curved surfaces. The given image shows a test tube with a curved surface (wall: cylindrical) and a curved surface for the base (spherical) too.

**What are some real life examples of curved surfaces?**

Real life examples of the objects with curved surface throughout are balls, globe, eggs, pipes, domes, etc. There are 3D shapes that consist of only flat surfaces. For example, a cube, cuboid, pyramid and prism are all 3D shapes that are made up of flat surfaces. Their surfaces are squares, rectangles, triangles and parallelograms.

**How many flat and curved surfaces does a cylinder have?**

A cylinder has 2 flat surfaces and one curved surface. A cone has one flat surface and a curved surface. Examples of the objects with curved as well as flat surfaces are drums, cans, cones, etc