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## As part of her art project, Sarah is painting 2 square pyramids. The first pyramid has a base with a length of 6 cm and lateral

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As part of her art project, Sarah is painting 2 square

pyramids. The first pyramid has a base with a length of 6

cm and lateral faces with heights of 8.5 cm. The second

pyramid has a base that is half the length of the first

pyramid, and each lateral face has a height of 8.5 cm. What

is the surface area of the second pyramid?

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2021-08-17T16:42:28+00:00
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Answer:25.5

Step-by-step explanation:There are multiple squares you need to find the area of each one by finding the area of each square then adding them together to get the surface area.Answer:25.5

Step-by-step explanation:first pyramid: 6*8.5

second pyramid: 3 (half the length of the first) *8.5

3*8.5 = 25.5