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Consider the solid object bounded on the bottom by the surface z = 0, on the top by x2+y2 = z2, and the side by x2 + y2 = 1, What would this object look like in 3D?

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    |dw:1352087380094:dw|

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    Is that cone below xy axis?

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    I mean where is the crossing point of upward facing and downward facing cone? isn't it at origin? @mahmit2012

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