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Q: What is the formula for the area of a pyramid?

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The formula to find the area of an octagonal pyramid is area of base plus area of sides.

The volume of a regular pyramid is 1/3*area of the base*hight

The formula for a square pyramid is one square attached to four triangles which meet at a point.There are other formulae for the surface area or for the volume.

(1/3) * (base area) * height

B=Area of the base

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The formula to find the area of an octagonal pyramid is area of base plus area of sides.

first you find the area of the base and then you find the area one side of the pyramid an you time it with 3 if it is a triangular pyramid or 4 if it is a square pyramid

The answer depends on the what characteristic of the pyramid you want the formula for: its surface area, its volume or something else.

The answer depends on what the formula is for: volume, surface area, height, area of base, etc; and on what information you have been given.

The volume of a regular pyramid is 1/3*area of the base*hight

formula of the volume of a prism = (base area)(height) formula of the volume of a pyramid = (1/3)(base area)(height) therefore, to convert the volume of a prism to that of a pyramid, just divide it by 3

It has to do with the surface area formula: To find the total surface area of a pyramid, use this equation: Surface Area = B + 1/2 * P * s B = base area P = perimeter of the base s = slant height To find the volume of a Pyramid, substitute into this equation: V=1/3Bh B=base area h=height of pyramid

1/2 × Perimeter × [Side Length] + [Base Area]

The volume of a triangular pyramid can be found using the formula Volume=Base Area x height /3. Surface Area can be expressed as Surface Area =Base Area+0.5 x perimeter x side length.

Volume of a pyramid in cubic units: 1/3*base area*height

The formula for a square pyramid is one square attached to four triangles which meet at a point.There are other formulae for the surface area or for the volume.

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