there are three plane surfaces of cylinder
By smoothing the surfaces, lubricating the surfaces, inserting ball bearing or their equivalents between the surfaces.
Yes, anything from 2 surfaces creates friction.
There are three surfaces are used in field hockey: 1. Mud surface. 2. Grassy groun. 3. Afterterf (santhetic)
A cylinder has three faces and two round surfaces.
Box graters have four different cutting surfaces. Three grating surfaces and one slicing surface are standard.
Three: top, bottom, and middle
A wedge from a spheroid is one example.
Frogs uses respiratory surfaces which totals to three to exchange gases on its surroundings. The three respiratory surfaces are the skin, its lungs, and the lining of their mouth.
Surfaces, noun, hmm. A noun thought or spoken has no surfaces; a noun on a page (printed or virtual) has one surface, the 'surface' that can be seen; a three dimensional noun, such as a sign or an art form can have as many surfaces as the letters of the noun or the artist endows it, an unknown number of surfaces.
It is a three-dimensional figure with eleven plane surfaces.
Three sides (plus ends).
A cone, cylinder and a sphere are three examples.
Roller hockey can be played on dry and smooth surfaces, like asphalt or concrete. There are, however, companies that produce special surfaces for this purpose, such as IceCourt or Flex Court.
well it has to be square flat surface
Three types of surfaces are used in Grand Slams Tennis - Grass, Clay and Concrete(hard).
It is the sum of the area of all the surfaces. There is no single formula - it will depend on the shape.
Polyhedron (plural polyhedra)
As the Moon is a globe, it has only one surface.
The answer is surface area.