Lateral area of pyramid

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**area****of**any polyhedron, is sum of the surface**areas****of**each face. In the case of a right**pyramid**, the side faces are all the same, so we can simply find the**area****of**one and multiply by the number of faces. Once we add the**area****of**the base, we have the total surface**area**. - The right hexagonal
**pyramid**has a hexagon base with equal-length sides. The**lateral**faces of the**pyramid**are all triangles (that are exact copies of one another) with heights of 15 feet.Find the surface**area**of the**pyramid**.Answer (1 of 5): Parameters: s=base octagon's side length h=height of the**pyramid**2 s (sqrt(4 h^2 + s^2 cot^2(π/8)) + s cot(π/8)) ≈2 s (sqrt(4 h^2 + 5.82843 s^2) + **Lateral**Surface**Area****of**a square**pyramid**(4 isosceles triangles): For the isosceles triangle**Area**= (1/2)Base x Height. Our base is side length a and for this calculation our height for the triangle is slant height s. With 4 sides we need to multiply by 4. L = 4 x (1/2)as = 2as = 2a√ (h 2 + (1/4)a 2)**Lateral**and Surface**Area of Pyramids**- examples, solutions, practice problems and more. See videos from Geometry on Numerade. 💬 👋 We’re always here. Join our Discord to connect with other students 24/7, any time, night or day. ...**Lateral**and Surface**Area**of Cylinders