Volume of a Pyramid
Volume is the three-dimensional space within a solid shape. The units of volume are the cubes of the units of length (that is, if a shape's sides are measured in meters, then the shape's area is measured in cubic meters).
Cones and pyramids use the same basic volume formula of V = (1/3)*Base_Area*Height
For a pyramid with a rectangular base, we can use the specific formula of V = (1/3)*length*width*height
For example, the volume of a pyramid with height = 9m,
length = 4m, and width = 2m is
V = (1/3)*4*2*9
Round to the nearest hundredth.
What is the volume of a rectangular pyramid whose
height = cm,
length = cm, and
width = cm?
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