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The slant height doesn't help you get the answer.

Apart from the perimeter, you would need SOME other information about the base; either the number of sides, or anything that can help you calculate the number of sides.

For example, if the base is a regular pentagon, you divide the perimeter by 5, and then use the formula for a regular pentagon, to calculate the base.

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Q: How do you find the base of a regular pyramid when you have the perimeter and the slant height?

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LA=1/2ps

Surface Area= 1/2perimeter x slant height + B * * * * * Perimeter = perimeter of base. B = Area of base.

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The volume of a regular pyramid with a square base of 8cm and a slant height of 5 cm is: 64 cm3

1/2 times the perimeter of the base times slant height

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1/2(p)(sh) ~which means~ 1/2 x perimeter x slant height slant height= pathagorean theory= c squared= a squared+b squared

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