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# Give examples for cone, sphere, cylinder, and cuboid.

These are the geometry shapes that are used in maths.

## Answer: Examples for Cone: Icecream

## Examples for Sphere: Globe, basketball

## Examples for Cylinder: Gas cylinder, battery cell

## Examples for Cuboid: Matchbox

These are the examples that have similar shapes to the given ones.

## Explanation:

The following are the explanation about each of the three-dimensional figures.

- Cone is defined as a three-dimensional solid geometric figure having a circle at one end and a pointed edge at the other end.
- The sphere is defined as a three-dimensional solid figure which is round in shape like a ball.
- The cylinder is defined as a three-dimensional solid figure which consists of two circular bases connected with two parallel lines.
- A cuboid is defined as a three-dimensional solid shape with six rectangular surfaces or four rectangular and two square surfaces.

### Therefore, an example for cones is icecream, pencil, examples of a sphere are globe, basketball, examples of a cylinder are gas cylinder, battery cell, and examples of a Cuboid are die, cube.

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