In this tutorial, the instructor shows how to compute the surface area of a regular pyramid. A regular pyramid has four equal sides which are in triangle form, and the base in square form. Its surface area is four times the area of its side plus the area of its base. He goes on and takes an example with sample values and demonstrates how to compute the final value using the formula. He reminds the viewer to use square units in the final answer, as square units equal the area. To find out the surface area of a regular pyramid, follow the instruction in this simple tutorial.
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