# SOLUTION: What is the volume of a pyramid 5 feet tall if its base is a square 4 feet by 4 feet? I tried it several times, but I'm worried that I'm not doing it right. Volume = 1/3 x Len

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 Question 301700: What is the volume of a pyramid 5 feet tall if its base is a square 4 feet by 4 feet? I tried it several times, but I'm worried that I'm not doing it right. Volume = 1/3 x Length to the second power x Height Volume = 1/3 x (4x4) x 5 = 1/3 x 16/1 x 5/1 = 80/3 = 26 2/3 cubic feet. This is for my final exam in pre-algebra. Please let me know if I did this wrong, thank you. Answer by Alan3354(30959)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!It's correct.