Where Monty Python meets your 10th grade teacher.
Search Thousands of Shmoop Videos
Volumes of Pyramids and Cones (New) 163 Views
The formulas for the volumes of pyramids and cones are strangely similar. Actually, they're exactly the same: just multiply 1/3 by the base area by the height. Easy to remember, right? You'll be ready for the day when Egypt decides to fill up one of the Great Pyramids with water and turn it into a public swimming pool. They'll definitely want to know how to find the volume of a pyramid.
GED Social Studies 1.1 Civics and Government
When you're about to marry the love of your life, not many things could stop you. However, finding out that your future hubby is keeping his crazy...
Here at Shmoop, we work for kids, not just the bottom line. Founded by David Siminoff and his wife Ellen Siminoff, Shmoop was originally conceived...
ACT Math: Elementary Algebra Drill 4, Problem 5. What is the solution to the problem shown?
AP® English Literature and Composition Passage Drill 1, Problem 1. Which literary device is used in lines 31 to 37?