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The slant height of a regular pentagonal pyramid is 6 cm, and the length of each side of the base is 3 cm. Find the lateral area.

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    LA = PHs/2 = (5*3)*6 / 2 = 45cm^2.

    LA = Lateral Area.
    P = Perimeter.
    Hs = slant Height.

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