To find the perpendicular height of a square pyramid, first compute for the volume of the pyramid. Then divide the volume by the area of the base to find pyramid's height.
The volume of a square pyramid with height 7 and base 5 is 58.33 cubic units.
Volume of a pyramid = 1/3*base area*height
Volume of pyramid: 1/3*base area*height
The volume of the pyramid is: 48 cm3
The volume for any pyramid = 1/3*base area*perpendicular height
volumn of a square pyramid = (1/3)*(base^2)*(height)
what is the volume of a square pyramid with base edges of 20 feet and a height of 10 feet
Volume of the pyramid: 1/3*base area*height in cubic m
The volume is 42.67 units3
Volume = 960 cm3
AnswerFind the volume of a square pyramid with a height of 13 m and base edges of 9 m.
(Base height x base width x pyramid height) divided by 2
base times height
The volume is 128 ft3
base times height
Volume = 50 in3
Volume=1/3 area of the base x height
Volume = 200 units3
Volume of pyramid = 1/3 Base x Height 100 = 25h/3 25h = 300 height = 12cm
Volume=1/3(Base x height) 1/3(18x5)=30 yards^3
1/3 times the area of the base times the height
If the VOLUME is 999 SQUARE inches then you have gone wrong. SQUARE inches are a measure of AREA VOLUME is measured in CUBIC units. Assuming you meant The volume of a prism is 999 CUBIC inches, then the volume of a pyramid with the same height is indeterminate (cannot be given), as there is NO INDICATION of how the height of the pyramid relates to the height of the prism. So, ASSUMING you mean the volume of a prism is 999 CUBIC inches AND the HEIGHT of the pyramid is the same as the height of the prism, then the volume of the pyramid is one third that of the prism, ie 999 cu in ÷ 3 = 333 CUBIC inches.
Volume of a pyramid = 1/3*base area*height Volume = 250,000 cubic mm