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Topic: How to calculate volume of 3D triangle
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Steve

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How to calculate volume of 3D triangle
Posted: Oct 31, 2008 12:01 PM
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I am trying to calculate the volume of a 3D triangle. The three sides of the triangle are 45'x45'x35' and the depth is 7'. I wasn't sure if it was as simple as calculating the area of the triangle and then multipling that result by 7 to give cubic feet or if it is more complicated than that. Thanks for any assistance!



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