What is Curved Surface?
The curved surface is a rounded surface that is not flat.
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Real life examples of the objects with curved surface throughout are balls, globe, eggs, pipes, domes, etc
There are 3D shapes that consist of only flat surfaces. For example, a cube, cuboid, pyramid and prism are all 3D shapes that are made up of flat surfaces. Their surfaces are squares, rectangles, triangles and parallelograms. None of them has a curved surface. The non-examples of 3D shapes with the curved surface are cubes, cuboids, pyramids, prisms, bricks, etc.
3D shapes such as cones and cylinders have a curved surface as well as flat surfaces.
A cylinder has 2 flat surfaces and one curved surface.
A cone has one flat surface and a curved surface.
Examples of the objects with curved as well as flat surfaces are drums, cans, cones, etc
There are objects that can have 2 different curved surfaces. The given image shows a test tube with a curved surface (wall: cylindrical) and a curved surface for the base (spherical) too.
1. Multiple circles stacked together form a curved surface.
2. Any point on a curved surface is equidistant from its centre and this distance is called the radius.
3. A flat surface can be rolled to form a curved surface, and if you open a roll, you can get a flat surface.