zero, for any tetrahedron, not just regular
Well, a tetrahedron has four sides. A regular tetrahedron is a triangular pyramid.
The volume(cm3) of a tetrahedron is 1/3 (area of the base)X height
Yes. A tetrahedron is a closed 3-d shape with 4 triangular faces. In a regular polygon, each of these is an equilateral triangle.
In general, a regular polygon is not required for a normal tetrahedron.An equilateral triangle is required for a regular tetrahedron.
A Tetrahedron. The most common form of a tetrahedron is called a regular tetrahedron, or a pyramid
If the area of the base of the tetrahedron is A square units and the vertical height is h units, then the volume is V = 1/3*A*h cubic units. If the tetrahedron is regular, with sides of length of length s units, then V = sqrt(2)/12*s3 cubic units.
No, it is not.
It can be but need not be.
A tetrahedron is a four sided polyhedron. Each face is a triangle. If it is a regular tetrahedron, then each face is an equilateral triangle.
formula for finding the volume of tetrahedrone is=sqrt(2)*side*3/4 if side is 3 then the volume is 9(sqrt(2))/4