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how do you find the HEIGHT and then volume of a triangular pyramid? you'll get a medal if it's right

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  1. mubzz
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    You need to have one more known quantity, lets say the surface area. Its not possible to solve when you have two unknowns

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    The volume of a triangular pyramid is (1/3) the area of its base times the height of the pyramid. I'm wondering if your question is really about how to get the height of a pyramid if you know its slant height. I'm just guessing.

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