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Volume of pentagonal pyramid (given apothem length, side and height)
Formula
V
volume
a
apothem length
b
length of side
h
height
Formula description
Pentagonal Pyramid is a pyramid with a pentagonal base.
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a
meter
0.001 inch
0.1 foot (international)
0.1 inch
150 kilometers
32nd inch
50 kilometers
64th inch
a.u.of length(a.u.b)
angstrom
barrel per acre
braza (Texas)
centimeter
chain
chain (British chain (Benoit 1895 A))
chain (British chain (Benoit 1895 B)
chain (British chain (Sears 1922 truncated))
chain (British chain (Sears 1922))
chain (Clarke chain)
chain (Gunter's chain, Surveyor's chain)
chain (Ramsden chain, Engineer's chain)
chain (US survey chain)
cubic meter per square meter
cuerda
decimeter
dra (Russia)
Earth's distance from sun
Earth's equatorial radius
el (Dutch)
elle (Vienna)
estadio (Spain)
fathom
femtometer
foot (American modified)
foot (Beno?t)
foot (British foot (1865))
foot (British foot (1936))
foot (British foot (Benoit 1895 A))
foot (British foot (Benoit 1895 B))
foot (British foot (Sears 1922 truncated))
foot (British foot (Sears 1922))
foot (Clarke's; Cape) (H)
foot (France)
foot (Gold Coast foot)
foot (Indian foot (1937))
foot (Indian foot (1962))
foot (Indian foot (1975))
foot (Indian foot)
foot (International)
foot (royal foot)
foot (Scots foot)
foot (Sears)
foot (U.S. survey)
gallon per hundred square feet
gigameter
hectometer
inch (International)
inch (U.S. survey)
kilometer
light year (tropical)
light-day
light-hour
light-minute
light-second
link
link (British link (Benoit 1895 A))
link (British link (Benoit 1895 B))
link (British link (Sears 1922 truncated))
link (British link (Sears 1922))
link (Clarke link)
link (Gunter's; Surveyor's)
link (Ramsden's; Engineer's)
link (US survey link)
marathon
megameter
meter (German legal meter)
micrometer
micromicron
micron
mile (Britain, ancient)
mile (geographical)?
mile (international)
mile (Irish)
mile (nautical mile, Admiralty)
mile (nautical, international)
mile (nautical, UK nautical mile)
mile (nautical, US)
mile (Roman, ancient)
mile (Scottish)
mile (statute)
mile (tactical or data)
mile (telegraph)
mile (U.S. Survey)
millimeter
millimicron
million cubic feet per acre
nanometer
nanon
petameter
picometer
Planck length
point (Adobe)
point (Britain, US)
point (Didot; European)
point (PostScript)?
point (TeX)?
point?(American, English)
rod (international)
rod (US Survey)
tenth inch
terameter
yard (British yard (Benoit 1895 A))
yard (British yard (Benoit 1895 B))
yard (British yard (Sears 1922 truncated))
yard (British yard (Sears 1922))
yard (Clarke yard)
yard (Indian yard (1937))
yard (Indian yard (1962))
yard (Indian yard (1975))
yard (Indian yard)
yard (International)
yard (US Survey yard)
yoctometer
yottameter
zeptometer
zettameter
b
meter
0.001 inch
0.1 foot (international)
0.1 inch
150 kilometers
32nd inch
50 kilometers
64th inch
a.u.of length(a.u.b)
angstrom
barrel per acre
braza (Texas)
centimeter
chain
chain (British chain (Benoit 1895 A))
chain (British chain (Benoit 1895 B)
chain (British chain (Sears 1922 truncated))
chain (British chain (Sears 1922))
chain (Clarke chain)
chain (Gunter's chain, Surveyor's chain)
chain (Ramsden chain, Engineer's chain)
chain (US survey chain)
cubic meter per square meter
cuerda
decimeter
dra (Russia)
Earth's distance from sun
Earth's equatorial radius
el (Dutch)
elle (Vienna)
estadio (Spain)
fathom
femtometer
foot (American modified)
foot (Beno?t)
foot (British foot (1865))
foot (British foot (1936))
foot (British foot (Benoit 1895 A))
foot (British foot (Benoit 1895 B))
foot (British foot (Sears 1922 truncated))
foot (British foot (Sears 1922))
foot (Clarke's; Cape) (H)
foot (France)
foot (Gold Coast foot)
foot (Indian foot (1937))
foot (Indian foot (1962))
foot (Indian foot (1975))
foot (Indian foot)
foot (International)
foot (royal foot)
foot (Scots foot)
foot (Sears)
foot (U.S. survey)
gallon per hundred square feet
gigameter
hectometer
inch (International)
inch (U.S. survey)
kilometer
light year (tropical)
light-day
light-hour
light-minute
light-second
link
link (British link (Benoit 1895 A))
link (British link (Benoit 1895 B))
link (British link (Sears 1922 truncated))
link (British link (Sears 1922))
link (Clarke link)
link (Gunter's; Surveyor's)
link (Ramsden's; Engineer's)
link (US survey link)
marathon
megameter
meter (German legal meter)
micrometer
micromicron
micron
mile (Britain, ancient)
mile (geographical)?
mile (international)
mile (Irish)
mile (nautical mile, Admiralty)
mile (nautical, international)
mile (nautical, UK nautical mile)
mile (nautical, US)
mile (Roman, ancient)
mile (Scottish)
mile (statute)
mile (tactical or data)
mile (telegraph)
mile (U.S. Survey)
millimeter
millimicron
million cubic feet per acre
nanometer
nanon
petameter
picometer
Planck length
point (Adobe)
point (Britain, US)
point (Didot; European)
point (PostScript)?
point (TeX)?
point?(American, English)
rod (international)
rod (US Survey)
tenth inch
terameter
yard (British yard (Benoit 1895 A))
yard (British yard (Benoit 1895 B))
yard (British yard (Sears 1922 truncated))
yard (British yard (Sears 1922))
yard (Clarke yard)
yard (Indian yard (1937))
yard (Indian yard (1962))
yard (Indian yard (1975))
yard (Indian yard)
yard (International)
yard (US Survey yard)
yoctometer
yottameter
zeptometer
zettameter
h
meter
0.001 inch
0.1 foot (international)
0.1 inch
150 kilometers
32nd inch
50 kilometers
64th inch
a.u.of length(a.u.b)
angstrom
barrel per acre
braza (Texas)
centimeter
chain
chain (British chain (Benoit 1895 A))
chain (British chain (Benoit 1895 B)
chain (British chain (Sears 1922 truncated))
chain (British chain (Sears 1922))
chain (Clarke chain)
chain (Gunter's chain, Surveyor's chain)
chain (Ramsden chain, Engineer's chain)
chain (US survey chain)
cubic meter per square meter
cuerda
decimeter
dra (Russia)
Earth's distance from sun
Earth's equatorial radius
el (Dutch)
elle (Vienna)
estadio (Spain)
fathom
femtometer
foot (American modified)
foot (Beno?t)
foot (British foot (1865))
foot (British foot (1936))
foot (British foot (Benoit 1895 A))
foot (British foot (Benoit 1895 B))
foot (British foot (Sears 1922 truncated))
foot (British foot (Sears 1922))
foot (Clarke's; Cape) (H)
foot (France)
foot (Gold Coast foot)
foot (Indian foot (1937))
foot (Indian foot (1962))
foot (Indian foot (1975))
foot (Indian foot)
foot (International)
foot (royal foot)
foot (Scots foot)
foot (Sears)
foot (U.S. survey)
gallon per hundred square feet
gigameter
hectometer
inch (International)
inch (U.S. survey)
kilometer
light year (tropical)
light-day
light-hour
light-minute
light-second
link
link (British link (Benoit 1895 A))
link (British link (Benoit 1895 B))
link (British link (Sears 1922 truncated))
link (British link (Sears 1922))
link (Clarke link)
link (Gunter's; Surveyor's)
link (Ramsden's; Engineer's)
link (US survey link)
marathon
megameter
meter (German legal meter)
micrometer
micromicron
micron
mile (Britain, ancient)
mile (geographical)?
mile (international)
mile (Irish)
mile (nautical mile, Admiralty)
mile (nautical, international)
mile (nautical, UK nautical mile)
mile (nautical, US)
mile (Roman, ancient)
mile (Scottish)
mile (statute)
mile (tactical or data)
mile (telegraph)
mile (U.S. Survey)
millimeter
millimicron
million cubic feet per acre
nanometer
nanon
petameter
picometer
Planck length
point (Adobe)
point (Britain, US)
point (Didot; European)
point (PostScript)?
point (TeX)?
point?(American, English)
rod (international)
rod (US Survey)
tenth inch
terameter
yard (British yard (Benoit 1895 A))
yard (British yard (Benoit 1895 B))
yard (British yard (Sears 1922 truncated))
yard (British yard (Sears 1922))
yard (Clarke yard)
yard (Indian yard (1937))
yard (Indian yard (1962))
yard (Indian yard (1975))
yard (Indian yard)
yard (International)
yard (US Survey yard)
yoctometer
yottameter
zeptometer
zettameter
V
cubic meter
barrel
cubic centimeter
cubic decimeter
cubic foot
cubic inch
cubic kilometer
cubic mile
gallon (US, liquid)
hectoliter
liter , liter
millidarcy-foot
millidarcy-meter
milliliter
Precision
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Formula code
C
C#
C++
Java
JavaScript
LaTeX
PHP
V=5*a*b*h/6
V=5*a*b*h/6
V=5*a*b*h/6
V=5*a*b*h/6
V=5*a*b*h/6
V=\frac{5}{6}a b h
$V=5*$a*$b*$h/6
References
wikipedia: Pentagonal Pyramid.
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