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Surface Area of Pyramids Worksheets
Stretch your young mathematicians' imagination and set them on the road to success in finding the surface area of pyramids with this collection of worksheets for students in grade 6 and above! Help them build on, practice, and master their skills in figuring out the surface areas of different, regular polygonal pyramids like square pyramids, triangular pyramids, rectangular pyramids, and many more. The surface area of a pyramid is the sum of the areas of lateral faces and the area of the base. Go all out supporting your students so they keep up with their grade standards in this topic. Few worksheets in this collection are totally free and at your disposal.
Surface Area of Square Pyramids | Integers - Easy
Build a strong foundational practice on surface area of square pyramids with this bundle of 6th grade worksheets featuring integers from 1 to 20! The formula is SA = a2 + 2as, where a is the base length, and s is the slant height.
Surface Area of Square Pyramids | Integers - Moderate
Revamp your modus operandi and solve surface area of square pyramids problems twice as easily with these pdfs involving 2-digit integers. Plug the dimensions of the pyramid in the formula and find its surface area.
Surface Area of Square Pyramids | Decimals
Allow for more buoyant practice in surface area of square pyramids with this set of printable pdfs for 7th grade and 8th grade students! Each worksheet here has a set of 6 problems of square pyramids, and the dimensions are featured in decimals.
Surface Area of Rectangular Pyramids
Be a cut above the rest by practicing this array of worksheets on rectangular pyramids! Find the surface area of the base of the pyramid and add it to the areas of each of the triangular faces to calculate the surface area of the pyramid.
Surface Area of Triangular Pyramids
Use the area of a triangle formula to find the area of each face and add them up to compute the surface area of the pyramid in this set of printable pdfs.
Surface Area of Regular Polygonal Pyramids
Outclass your peers by cracking these exercises featuring models of solid figures with square, triangular, pentagonal, and hexagonal bases! Direct high school students to find the areas of the base and the triangular faces using the given dimensions.