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## High school geometry

### Course: High school geometry>Unit 9

Lesson 2: Cavalieri's principle and dissection methods

# Use related volumes

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## Problem

Pyramid A has a triangular base where each side measures 4 units and a volume of 36 cubic units. Pyramid B has the same height, but each side of its base is 6 units long.
Two triangular pyramids labeled A and B. Triangular pyramid A has a base where all the sides are four units. Triangular pyramid B has a base where all sides are six units.
What is the volume of pyramid B?