# Cone

Posted by admin on March 22, 2014 | Short Link

A **cone**is a three-

**dimensional**

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**geometric shape**

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**apex**

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The axis of a miter is the directly lining , travel doner the apex, around which the establish has a

**rotational symmetry**

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The more than widespread conic solid also has an apex and lie join the apex to all the level on a planar base, which can be of any shape. If the prove has a apple-shaped cross section, it is a

**cone**; if it has a

**polygonal**

**cone**

**pyramid**

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variant mathematical meanings

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The boundary of an boundless or double boundless miter is a

**conical surface**

**cone**

**conic section**

**cone**

**cone**s, the vent axis once again usually think of to the axis of rotational symmetry . Either fractional of a multiply miter on one sides of the apex is called a 'nappe'.

The perimeter of the base of a

**cone**is called the 'directrix', and each of the line segments between the directrix and apex is a 'generatrix' of the lateral surface. " title="Directrix " class="mw-redirect">directrix

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**Dandelin spheres**

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The 'base radius' of a apple-shaped miter is the

**radius**

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**cone**. The

**aperture**

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The

**lateral surface**

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or Volume

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In contemporary mathematics, this formula can elementary be reason using calculus – it is, up to scaling, the integral Without using calculus, the formula can be be by comparing the miter to a get and dedicated

**Cavalieri's principle**

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**cone**to a right square pyramid, which manufactured one ordinal of a cube. This formula cannot be proven without use much small arguments – unlike the 2-dimensional formulae for polyhedral area, though akin to the area of the loops – and hence admitted less rigorous proofs before the advent of calculus, with the ancient Greeks use the

**method of exhaustion**

**cone**

**Hilbert's ordinal problem**

**cone**

refer of masses

For a apple-shaped miter with radius R and height H, the formula for volume change state

Thus:

For a correctly apple-shaped

**cone**, the well

**area**

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where is the

**slant height**

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A correctly circular miter with height and aperture , whose axis is the packing axis and whose apex is the origin, is set forth parametrically as

In

**implicit**

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More than generally, a correctly circular miter with vertex at the origin, axis match to the vector , and aperture , is computerized by the implicit in

**vector**

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or

In

**projective geometry**

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**arctan**

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**right angle**

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