**Review the steps for finding the surface area of a regular pyramid:**

- Find the
**area of the base**of the**pyramid**. - Find the slant height of the triangular side of the
**pyramid**. - Find the
**area**of each triangular side and multiply it by the number of sides. - Add the
**area**of the sides to the**area of the base**for total**area**!

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[su_posts posts_per_page=”1″ tax_term=”2703″ order=”desc” orderby=”rand”] Similarly one may ask, what is the base of a hexagonal pyramid?

Hexagon

Additionally, how do you get the area of a hexagon? **Calculating** from a Regular **Hexagon** with a Given Apothem. Write down the **formula** for **finding** the **area of a hexagon** with a given apothem. The **formula** is simply **Area** = 1/2 x perimeter x apothem. Write down the apothem.

One may also ask, what is the formula for finding the volume of a hexagonal pyramid?

The **volume** of a **pyramid** is 1/3 × (the area of the base) × (the height) so you need **to find** the area of the base and the height. You can find the area of the base using the technique Stephen used in his response to an earlier problem.

What is the angle of hexagonal pyramid?

The height of the **pyramid** has been extended to reduce the clutter on the diagram. Vectors n_{1} and n_{2}, perpendicular to the triangles PQR and PRS respectively can be found using the cross product. 180 – 24.19 = 155.81 degrees. Thus the bevel **angle** is ^{155.81}/_{2} = 77.9 degrees.