# How do you find the volume of a square pyramid with height 12 cm and slant height 15 cm?

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The volume of a square pyramid is given by the formula V = (1/3) * b^2 * h, where b is the length of the base side and h is the height of the pyramid. The slant height is not needed to find the volume of a square pyramid. Given that the height is 12 cm, you need the length of the base side to calculate the volume.

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