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What's the formula for the surface area of a pyramid?

asked by brandi
  1. add up the areas of each of the sides.

    posted by Anonymous
  2. The formula for the surface area of a pyramid:

    y = mouth + 2 d¡cks + 1 vag¡na
    y = three-some

    posted by Ms. Sue̷

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