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How To Find the Volume of a Pyramid

Result

4/3 m^3 (cubic meters)≈1.33333 m^3 (cubic meters)

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Unit conversions

1333 L (liters)

352.2 gallons

47.09 ft^3 (cubic feet)

Comparisons as volume

 ≈ (0.03 to 0.07) × 20-foot equivalent unit ( 680 to 1520 ft^3 )

 ≈ ( 0.059 ≈ 1/17 ) × standard volume at 273.15 K and 101.325 kPa ( 22.41 m^3 )

 ≈ 0.6 × volume of paint needed to cover the outside surface of the White House ( ≈ 600 gal )

Corresponding quantities

Radius r of a sphere from V = 4πr^3/3:
 | 2.24 feet
 | 26.88 inches
 | 68.28 cm (centimeters)

Edge length a of a cube from V = a^3:
 | 3.611 feet
 | 43.33 inches
 | 110.1 cm (centimeters)

Properties of square pyramid

slant height | sqrt(65)/2 meters≈4.03113 meters
volume | 4/3 m^3 (cubic meters)≈1.33333 m^3 (cubic meters)
lateral surface area | sqrt(65) m^2 (square meters)≈8.06226 m^2 (square meters)
base area | 1 m^2 (square meter)
surface area | 9.06226 m^2 (square meters)

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