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to this my best attempt at drawing a pyramid.
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And if I want to find the volume of a
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pyramid just in general, it would be 1/3 length
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times with times, height length, times base,
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times, height and the length and the width,
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or what we're looking at on the base of the
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figure. It's that base area. And then the
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height is that part that is right from the base
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to that straight up and down portion, 90 degree
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angle from the base of the figure. Well,
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consider if instead of totally unknown, lengthen with Maybe
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it's like the length is twice the wit. That
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would mean that the length is double whatever the width
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is still like you'd use to be and then be
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in those places for length. And what? Well
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, then your volume do you feel in to be
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a your length and you fill in, be as
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the with or or whatever it could be whatever variable
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. So actually, I could combine this together and
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call it 2/3 B squared times H and have now
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a more compact formula for the volume here