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Volume of any pyramid
The volume of any pyramidal solid.
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Properties of solids index
Any pyramid has a
volume
that is 1/3 its
height
multiplied by its
base
area, whether a triangle, square, or any other shape.
Base area
units²
M units²
µ units²
Height
Volume
units³
M units³
µ units³
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The pyramids of Egypt are
square
pyramids. If the side
length
is x, then their volme is therefore (x*x)*height/3 (since the
area
of a square is (x*x).