# Rectangular Pyramid

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The rectangular pyramid is no more complicated than the square pyramid for an elementary student.  However, they can, depending on the position of the vertex create some very special pyramids called Yangma.  Bellow, you will find all the details you will need, including surface area and volume formula.

## The Facts

 Image Base Shape Faces FIVE - The four side faces are triangles and the base shape is a rectangle Vertices 5 Vertices Edges 8 Edges Surface Area Where: t = lateral height; P = Perimeter of Base; B =  Area of Base Volume B =  Area of Base; h = Perpendicular Height Area of Rectangle
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