Construire un cône (pas de révolution)

Sedona shared this question 6 months ago
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Bonjour,

Question bête, je cherchais à construire un cône qui n'est pas de révolution.


Un cercle, un point et l'outil cône ne permettent pas de faire ça.


Savez-vous comment m'y prendre ?

Merci !

Sedona

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Open the 3D View.

The 3D toolbar is displayed on top.

Create the base of your cone then:

Select the Cone tool https://wiki.geogebra.org/e... or

Select the Extrude to Pyramid or Cone tool https://wiki.geogebra.org/e...

Or you can use in an input line the Cone command https://wiki.geogebra.org/e...

Each wiki page I linked explains how to use the related tool or command.

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To be able to use the 3D View, you need GeoGebra 6 Classic or the Geometry Calculator app.

The Graphing Calculator doesn’t have 3D features.

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I want to build something like this :

b2bb95dddbb533c0cfd82ce1a0ed6c6d


And I think we can"t do it with just these tools ?


Thanks

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an example

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Okay, thanks, but it's not simple...

It's not a solid, just the trace of a segment...

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Oh, you want a slant cone.

Have a look here https://www.geogebra.org/m/tz3MHT3R

Or here https://help.geogebra.org/t...

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I didn't think it was that uncomplicated!

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