Yes. They have perpendicular bisectors in the four triangles that make up four of the five sides of a square-based pyramid
It does: on its base.
no it actually does
Do pyramids have perpendicular faces ?
You have to find out the area of the base which you find out with perpendicular height times base then time that by the perpendicular height of the pyramid and divide it by 3
Volume of pyramid: 1/3*base area*height
Volume: If it's a square-based pyramid then its just "the base times the height, divided by 3" or in short b2h/3 where b is one side of the base. and h is height. Surface area: 2bs+b2 where s is the perpendicular height from the bottom of any one of the triangles, to the top of the tip.
A square based pyramid is called a square pyramid
I don't know not mine
a square based pyramid is a square at the bottom and a pyramid at the top
A square pyramid.