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someone check my answers. there is only 5
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mathstudent55
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1. is correct
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2. The volume of a rectangular prism is (area of base) * (height) The volume of a pyramid is (1/3) * (area of base) * (height)
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3. volume of cylinder: (area of base) * (height) volume of cone: (1/3) * (area of base) * (height)
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how do you find the height for #2
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You don't need to. A square pyramid that fits perfectly inside the cube has a square base the same dimensions as any face of the cube. Think of the cube as a rectangular prism with a square base.
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If a prism and a pyramid have the same base shape and the same height, the volume of the pyramid is 1/3 the volume of the prism. That's what the 1/3 in the pyramid volume formula tells you.

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