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 The surface area of a hexagonal pyramid 2017-06-16 From Emilie:Hello, I need help with this question: A pyramid has a regular hexagonal base with side lengths of 4 and a slant height of 6. Find the total area of the pyramid. Thank you in advance if you can help me...Answered by Penny Nom. A truncated, square-based pyramid 2014-11-23 From Hannah:A designer vase has the shape of a truncated, square-based pyramid. The base of the vase is a square with a side length of 15 cm. The area of the square opening is 70.56 cm2. Each of the four sides is a trapezium with slant sides 9 cm long. Find (to the nearest square centimetre) the total surface area of the vase.Answered by Penny Nom.

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