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The right square pyramid has a volume of 254.7 cm3. Calculate the side length of its base,x, to the nearest tenth of a centimeter. The picture is attached :D Please answer this as soon as you can. Thank u

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  1. anonymous
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    please show your work

  3. anonymous
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    Formula for volume of a pyramid is: \[1/3 lwh\]

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    volume of a pyramid =(1/3)(height)*(area of base) 254.7=(1/3)(14.8)(side of base)^2 a^2=51.6283 side of base=7.2cm

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    k so do you square root 51.6283 to get that??

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    haha i get it thank you i got it all figured out

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