Cone cross-sections are obtained when we cut a cone with a plane. We can obtain different cross-sections depending on the orientation of the plane. It is possible to obtain circular, elliptical, parabolic, and hyperbolic cross-sections. Here, we will learn about each...

The cross-sections of a cube are two-dimensional figures obtained by the intersection of a plane with a cube. Depending on the orientation of the plane, we can obtain square, rectangular, triangular, and hexagonal cross-sections. Here, we will learn about the...

Cylinder cross-sections are obtained when we cut a cylinder with a plane. Depending on the orientation of the plane, a cylinder can form three different cross-sections. If the plane is parallel to the bases, we get a circular cross-section. If the plane is...

The geometric net of a cylinder is a two-dimensional pattern or a 2D figure that can be folded to form a three-dimensional cylinder. The net of a cylinder consists of two circular bases and a rectangle, which forms the lateral surface of the cylinder. Here, we will...

The net of a cone is a 2D shape or a 2D pattern that can be folded to form a 3D shape, in this case, a cone. The net of a cone consists of a circular base and a curved surface that forms the lateral surface of the cone. Here, we will look at the diagrams of the net of...