A cone really has no vertices because a cone has no edges, but it does have a vertex, which is the point where the surface of the cone ends. Generally, a cone refers to a right circular
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A cone has only one vertex (the apex)
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A cone (used as a noun in Geometry) is a solid that consists of two equal sections
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One. The base is a. circle (no verticies) The rest of the cone. is a trimmed. cylinder (also no. verticies: think of a. cylinder as a series. of circles) All that's left is the. very
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