Chapter 7 Area and Volume

# 7.7 Pyramids and Cones

Pyramids are three-dimensional figures with a polygon shaped base and triangular lateral faces, while a cone is a pyramid with a circular base. In this section, we learn about Pyramids, cones, volume of a cone, surface area of cones, surface area of right cones, volume of pyramid.

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PyramidsÂ are three-dimensional figures with a polygon shaped base and triangular lateral faces, while a cone is a pyramid with a circular base. In this section, we learn about Pyramids, cones, volume of a cone, surface area of cones, surface area of right cones, volume of pyramid.

Calculating the volume and surface area of pyramids and cones.

Pyramids and Cones - Pyramids, cones, volume of a cone, surface area of cones, surface area of right cones, volume of pyramid.