In this tutorial, we learn how to find the volume of a pyramid. The equation to figure out how to find the volume of a pyramid is 1/3ab x h. When you begin, find the height, length, and square feet of the pyramid, then fill these into the appropriate spots in the equation. Once you find this, you will be able to find the correct number of the volume of the pyramid. After this, make sure you have the correct labels on the answer that you get from the equation you filled out. When finished, you will have the volume of the pyramid in just minutes!
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