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Next geometry question I've been wondering: I was thinking it was where is the larger radius, but what about the inner part? Is that included in the formla, or is it just the 'strict' outside?
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Sorry I wrote that wrong.
Hi; check out this url: http://www.ditutor.com/solid_gometry/fr … ramid.html
Thanks! Am I right? I am kind of confused. The volume formula though, is easy for me to understand.
Hi; Look here for more: http://mathworld.wolfram.com/PyramidalFrustum.html
Oops, I almost forgot; I would also like a picture showing where the demensions are. Thanks...again!
I was just curious, what is the formula for the surface area and volume, and respectively, for a pyramidal frustum and a conical frustum? I would prefer you to put it in LaTeX so I can easily understand it. Thanks!Note: later I may ask for other formulas, so don't put away your brain when you're done! 