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# Find the Volume of a pyramide the height of which is 10 feet

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04 Feb 2005, 12:07
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Find the Volume of a pyramide the height of which is 10 feet and the bases are an equilateral triangle of 2 feet length each.
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04 Feb 2005, 12:19
Its 10/sqrt(3) units.
1/3 * Area of base * height.
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06 Feb 2005, 13:07
Folks, what is and how to find the volume of pyramid, however my understanding is that ETS doesnot ask questions about pyramid?
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06 Feb 2005, 14:31
based on OG pyramid is not part of the syllabi
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06 Feb 2005, 21:54
That is my understanding too. Although it wouldn't hurt to memorize one more formula: 1/3*baseS*height.
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06 Feb 2005, 22:01
HongHu wrote:
That is my understanding too. Although it wouldn't hurt to memorize one more formula: 1/3*baseS*height.

gr8.........agreed............thanks hong.....
06 Feb 2005, 22:01
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