volumn of a square pyramid = (1/3)*(base^2)*(height)
If you mean meters then its area is 1 square meter
(1/3)Bh, that is, 1/3 times the base area times the height, where the height must be perpendicular to the base.
It is a very confused measure of a volume that has a cross section of 1 square foot and a depth (or height) of 1 metre.
1/2*base*height in square units
Volume of a pyramid = 1/3*base area*height
Area = 1/2*Base*Height = 4882.5 square units.
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I think, it lies in 1/4 of height measured from the base(in the centre of the square, of course) I did the calculation using integral
1/2*base*height = area 1/2*8*5 = 20 square units
1/2*11*height = 44 11*height = 88 height = 8 units of measurement Check: 1/2*11*8 = 44 square units
Square base with 5 sides. Formula for area: 1/3(area of the base)(height)
1/3 times the area of the base times the height
Area in square units = (base*height of square)+(pi*radius2*1/2)
I presume that the box is more than "square", that it is in fact a cube - 1 metre along all sides. The volume of such a box is 1 cubic metre. The area of the base of such a box is 1 square metre. If the height is anything other than 1 metre, multiply the height in metres by 1 and you will get the volume in cubic metres.
Area triangle = 1/2 base x height Area square = length x width = 10in x 10in = 100sq in. Area triangle = area square Therefore: 1/2 x 10in x height = 100sq in height = 100 sq in x 2 / 10 in = 20 in
Volume of the pyramid: 1/3*base area*height in cubic m
Area of the rectangle = base*height and measured in square yards
The formula for a triangle is (1/2)(base)(height). (1/2)(3)(2) = 3 square units.
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area of any triangle is 1/2 x base x height.
Area = 1/2*base*height = 12 square units.
Area of a triangle = 1/2*base*height Area = 14 square inches
4 inches Area= 1/2(base)(height)