What is a sphere cone?

What is a sphere cone?

The surface of revolution obtained by cutting a conical “wedge” with vertex at the center of a sphere out of the sphere. It is therefore a cone plus a spherical cap, and is a degenerate case of a spherical sector.

Why is a sphere 2/3 of a cylinder?

The height of the cylinder is twice that of the radius of the sphere. As we can seem the ratio is 2/3. The surface area of a sphere is also a well-known to anyone who has spent teenage years in math class.

What is the relationship between cylinder and sphere?

(Answer: The sphere takes up two-thirds of the volume of the cylinder.)

What is the opposite word of sour?

Antonyms: tasteless, fragrant, saccharine, sweet, unsoured, sweetish, good-natured, treacly, harmonious, syrupy, cloying, sweeten, dulcify, edulcorate, dulcorate. Synonyms: tartness, sourness, acidity.

Is sour and bitter the same?

Bitter is a sharp, pungent taste. Sour is an acidic taste.

What is the opposite word of sweet?

Antonym of Sweet

Word Antonym
Sweet Bitter, Sour
Get definition and list of more Antonym and Synonym in English Grammar.

What is her in parts of speech?

her (pronoun) hers (pronoun) what’s–her–name (noun)

What is the suitable word of her?

the possessive case of she (used as an attributive adjective): Her coat is the one on the chair. the dative case of she: I gave her the book.

What part of grammar is the word her?


What does Sister mean?

1 : a female who has one or both parents in common with another. 2 often capitalized. a : a member of a women’s religious order (as of nuns or deaconesses) especially : one of a Roman Catholic congregation under simple vows.

What kind of word is sister?

noun. a female offspring having both parents in common with another offspring; female sibling. Also called half sister.

How do you use the word sister?

  1. [S] [T] Are you sisters? ( CK)
  2. [S] [T] She’s my sister. ( CK)
  3. [S] [T] They’re sisters. ( CK)
  4. [S] [T] I hate my sister. ( Hybrid)
  5. [S] [T] That’s my sister. ( CK)
  6. [S] [T] Ann has no sister. ( Eldad)
  7. [S] [T] How’s your sister? ( CK)
  8. [S] [T] I have no sisters. ( CK)

What is correct my sister and I or my sister and me?

Use “my sister and I” when that phrase is the subject of the sentence. Use “my sister and me” when it is the object.

What is a sister quote?

“Having a sister is like having a best friend you can’t get rid of. You know whatever you do, they’ll still be there.” “A sister is both your mirror —and your opposite.” “A sister is like yourself in a different movie, a movie that stars you in a different life.”

Who do we call cousins?

the son or daughter of an uncle or aunt. See also second cousin, removed (def. 2). one related by descent in a diverging line from a known common ancestor, as from one’s grandparent or from one’s father’s or mother’s sister or brother.

Are Cousins blood related?

Cousins can also be related by blood or by marriage. Third cousins share a common great-great-grandparent (the grandparent of a grandparent). Fourth cousins share a common great-great-great-grandparent (the grandparent of a great-grandparent). Cousins who are thrice removed are three generations apart.