The Height of the Right Pyramid Whose Area of the Base is 30 m Square and Volume is 500 m Square, is

    1. 50 m

 

    1. 60 m

 

    1. 40 m

 

    1. 20 m

 

Manish Listener Asked on 16th July 2015 in No Category.
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    Answer: (1) 50 m
    Explanation:-
    Formula-
    The volume of regular pyramid = Bh/3
    Where, B – Area of the base   &  h – height of the pyramid.
    Given- 
    The area of base (B)  = 30 m square   & Volume = 500 m cube.
    Then, height (h) = 500 x 3 /30
    = 50 m
    Hence, the height of the right pyramid is 50 m.

    Anurag Mishra Professor Answered on 17th July 2015.
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