Posted by **Lauren** on Saturday, December 5, 2009 at 9:48pm.

I have a pic of a right square pyramid with equilateral triangular faces with each side of the triangle measuring 6 in. i have a line "d" intersecting one of the triangles making 2 right angle triangles. Using the pythagoream theory- how do I find the distance d?

I know a2 +b2=C2, but isn't it already known? Isn't the length of d just 6? Please help. Thanks,

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