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# What makes 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.

Also question is, what is the net of the cylinder?

The net of a cylinder consists of three parts: One circle gives the base and another circle gives the top. A rectangle gives the curved surface.

How does the cylinder looks like?

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.

What shapes make up a cylinder?

The two shapes that make a cylinder are rectangle and circle. The circle part of the cylinder is called the base. It is usually found on the top and the bottom of the cylinder. The rectangle, on the other hand, is what makes the curved face of the cylinder.