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6.3: Surface Areas of Pyramids and Cones
Definition Pyramid A polyhedron that has a polygon for the base and the lateral faces are triangles.
Formula Lateral Area of a Pyramid Surface Area of a PyramidLA = p x l (l is the slant height) Surface Area of a Pyramid SA = LA + B (Area of the base)
Practice Find the surface area of the pyramid. LA = (1/2)plFind the perimeter of the base. = 32 Find the slant height. LA = (1/2)pl
Definition Cone Similar to a pyramid, but has a circle for a base.
Formula Lateral Area of a Cone Surface Area of a ConeLA = r x l (pi times radius times slant height) Surface Area of a Cone SA = LA + B (Area of the Circular Base)
Practice Find the surface area of the cone. Find the slant heightLA = r x l = (3.14)(15)(25) SA = LA + B SA =
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Section 12.3 Surface Area of Pyramids and Cones. Pyramid: polyhedron with one base lateral faces- triangles Slant Height: altitude of any lateral face.
Polyhedrons Solid - a three-dimensional figure Polyhedra or Polyhedrons - solid with all flat surfaces Faces - the flat surfaces of a solid Edges - line.
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