## What are cylindrical objects?

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## What are cylindrical objects?

A cylindrical surface is a surface consisting of all the points on all the lines which are parallel to a given line and which pass through a fixed plane curve in a plane not parallel to the given line. Any line in this family of parallel lines is called an element of the cylindrical surface.

## Which is an example of a cylinder?

A cylinder is a three-dimensional solid figure which has two identical circular bases joined by a curved surface at a particular distance from the center which is the height of the cylinder. Toilet paper rolls, cold drink cans are real-life examples of cylinders.

**What is a cylinder shape?**

A cylinder is a 3D shape with: two identical, circular faces at each end. one curved side. no edges or vertices.

### What type of shape is a cylinder?

A cylinder is a three-dimensional shape consisting of two parallel circular bases, joined by a curved surface. The center of the circular bases overlaps each other to form a right cylinder. The line segment joining the two centers is the axis, that denotes the height of the cylinder.

### Is cylinder a 3D shape?

3D objects include sphere, cube, cuboid, pyramid, cone, prism, cylinder.

**What is a cylinder give an example of an object that’s a cylinder?**

The definition of a cylinder is a three dimensional shape with two round shapes at either end and two parallel lines connecting the round ends. An example of cylinder is a can of tomato soup. ahlukileoi and 8 more users found this answer helpful.

#### Is a cylinder a solid shape?

A cylinder is a three-dimensional solid that contains two parallel bases connected by a curved surface. The bases are usually circular in shape.

#### Is a cylinder 3D?

**What kind of shape is a cylinder?**

A cylinder has two flat ends in the shape of circles. These two faces are connected by a curved face that looks like a tube. If you make a flat net for a cylinder, it looks like a rectangle with a circle attached at each end.