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    what does it mean by 'axis' of cone or hemisphere etc? is it like line of symmetry?
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    (Original post by Iconic_panda)
    what does it mean by 'axis' of cone or hemisphere etc? is it like line of symmetry?
    The axis of rotational symmetry. Meaning it's the line about which you would rotate the object and it wouldn't change.
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    The axis of rotational symmetry. Meaning it's the line about which you would rotate the object and it wouldn't change.
 
 
 
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