Volume of a pyramid = 1/3*base area*height
If it is a regular pyramid you need to find out the base perimeter, multiply it by the height of the sides (when considered as triangles) and divide by two. The height of the side can be found using Pythagoras's formula if you know the height of the pyramid and the length of a side. The side height of a pyramid is also known as the slanted height or L in a formula. Formula:permiter of base x L(side height) ( P of B)(L) p x L(slant) ----------------------------------------- = --------------------- 2 2 Good luck!
AnswerFind the volume of a square pyramid with a height of 13 m and base edges of 9 m.
The formula for the area of a triangle is ½ x base x height. We are given that the base = 13 cm and the height = 8 cm. Thus, the area of the triangle = ½ x 13 cm x 8 cm = 52 cm.
it is about 750 x 750 Feet which is about 13 acres (5 hectares)
117= base* height 117/13=height 9 is d height
The area of a triangle is (1/2) x base x height. The height is perpendicular to the base. In this case, you can take the 10 cm as the base, and calculate the height with Pythagoras' formula. If you split the base in half now you have two 5-12-13 right triangles, so the height is 12 cm and the area is (1/2)*(10cm)*(12cm) = 60 cm2
8cm. Since the area is found by the formula 'half the base times the height' In this case, the area is 52 - divide that by the height (13) this gives the result 4. times that by 2, and you have the answer 8.
the base is approximately 750ft square covering an area of about 13 acres
An equilateral triangle with a height of 20 has a base of 23.1 (23.09401), not 15. If the base is 15 then the height will be 13 (12.99038).
Area of a triangle = 1/2*base*height = 1/2*(6-2y)*13 = (3-y)*13 = 39-13y
Depends on its height. 6.5xh.