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Frustum of a Cone watch

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    Which part of the cone is the frustum?
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    (Original post by kieshaxxx)
    Which part of the cone is the frustum?
    http://mathworld.wolfram.com/ConicalFrustum.html
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    Ahhh thankyou, so it's almost like a section of a cone then?
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    Anyone, please?
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    If you take a cone and chop the point off, you're left with a frustrum. It's what an elephant stands on in the circus!
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    (Original post by Bezza)
    It's what an elephant stands on in the circus!
    Lol...Best description of a frustrum in the world!!!! Deserves some rep methinks

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    (Original post by gzftan)
    Lol...Best description of a frustrum in the world!!!! Deserves some rep methinks

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    Lol, yeh I agree! Thankyou!!!
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    (Original post by gzftan)
    Lol...Best description of a frustrum in the world!!!! Deserves some rep methinks

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    Just trying to explain it in terms everyone will understand! Thanks for the rep - if physics doesn't work out, I'll definitely turn to dictionary writing!!
 
 
 
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