Lesson Worksheet: Surface Areas of Pyramids Mathematics • 6th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice calculating the lateral and total surface areas of pyramids using their formulas.

Q1:

If the given figure was folded into a square pyramid, determine its lateral surface area.

Q2:

Find the total surface area of the given net, to the nearest hundredth.

Q3:

Determine the total area of the following net approximated to the nearest hundredth.

Q4:

Find the total surface area of the regular pyramid in the given figure, approximating the result to the nearest hundredth.

Q5:

Determine the surface area of the given square pyramid, given that all of its triangular faces are congruent.

Q6:

Determine the surface area of a pyramid with slant height 15 and a square base of side 10.

Q7:

Find the total surface area of the given regular pyramid, and approximate the result to the nearest hundredth.

Q8:

A square pyramid has a lateral surface area of 390 cm2 and a slant height of 13 cm. Determine the length of each side of its base.

Q9:

Determine the surface area of the given regular pyramid.

Q10:

In a square pyramid with base side 30 cm, the distance between the apex and any base vertex is 56 cm. Determine, to the nearest integer, the surface area of the pyramid.

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