What is the volume of a right right pyramid whose base is a square with a side 6m long and whose altitude is aqual to base side? wich one is A 36M OR B 72M OR C 108M OR D 216M 3 SQUARE WICH ONE IS IT

Darryl English 2022-07-26 Answered
What is the volume of a right right pyramid whose base is a square with a side 6m long and whose altitude is aqual to base side? wich one is A 36M OR B 72M OR C 108M OR D 216M 3 SQUARE WICH ONE IS IT
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Damarion Pierce
Answered 2022-07-27 Author has 11 answers
The volume of a right pyramid is:
b*h/3
where b is the area of the base.
B = 6*6 = 36
h = 6
36 6 / 3 = 72 m 3
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