Find the volume of a square-based pyramid whose height is 10 and base length is 2.
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I am not sure how to solve this using calculus. The formula for volume of a square based pyramid is
V=a2h/3 where a is the base length and h is the height. Plugging in these values:
V=22(10)/3 = 13.33 units3
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