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How do I find the volume of the following shape?:

iiVoidRavenZ  Apr 27, 2017
edited by iiVoidRavenZ  Apr 27, 2017
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The volume =  (1/3)  Area of the base * height

The base is assumed to be a square so its area  = (6m)^2  =  36m^2

The height is given by : sqrt [slant height ^2  - (1/2 of the base)^2 ]  =

sqrt ( 10^2  - 3^2) m  =  sqrt (91) m

So.......the volume  =

(1/3)(36m^2) ( sqrt (91) m) ^2  =  (12 m^2) (sqrt ( 91) m)  ≈

114.47 m^3

CPhill  Apr 27, 2017
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Thank you again, @CPhill! You have once again helped someone in desperate need! I think I can say on behath of all of us that we all appreciate the help you give us! You keep being you!

Thank You Very Much

-iiVoidRavenZ

iiVoidRavenZ  Apr 27, 2017
edited by iiVoidRavenZ  Apr 27, 2017
edited by iiVoidRavenZ  Apr 27, 2017
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Thanks, -iiVoidRavenZ,......always happy to help  - if I know the answer.....LOL!!!!

CPhill  Apr 27, 2017
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You're welcome!

-iiVoidRavenZ

iiVoidRavenZ  Apr 28, 2017