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## Total height of Regular Bipyramid given surface area Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
height_1 = 4*(sqrt(((Surface Area Polyhedron/(Side A*Base vertices))^2)-((1/4)*(Side A^2)*((cot(pi/Base vertices))^2))))
h1 = 4*(sqrt(((SAPolyhedron/(Sa*n))^2)-((1/4)*(Sa^2)*((cot(pi/n))^2))))
This formula uses 1 Constants, 2 Functions, 3 Variables
Constants Used
pi - Archimedes' constant Value Taken As 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288
Functions Used
cot - Trigonometric cotangent function, cot(Angle)
sqrt - Squre root function, sqrt(Number)
Variables Used
Surface Area Polyhedron - Surface Area Polyhedron is the area of an outer part or uppermost layer of polyhedron. (Measured in Square Meter)
Side A - Side A is an upright or sloping surface of a structure or object that is not the top or bottom and generally not the front or back. (Measured in Meter)
Base vertices - Base vertices is the number of base vertices of Regular Bipyramid. (Measured in Hundred)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Surface Area Polyhedron: 1000 Square Meter --> 1000 Square Meter No Conversion Required
Side A: 8 Meter --> 8 Meter No Conversion Required
Base vertices: 4 Hundred --> 4 Hundred No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
h1 = 4*(sqrt(((SAPolyhedron/(Sa*n))^2)-((1/4)*(Sa^2)*((cot(pi/n))^2)))) --> 4*(sqrt(((1000/(8*4))^2)-((1/4)*(8^2)*((cot(pi/4))^2))))
Evaluating ... ...
h1 = 123.971770980332
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
123.971770980332 Meter -->12397.1770980332 Centimeter (Check conversion here)
12397.1770980332 Centimeter <-- Height of column1
(Calculation completed in 00.047 seconds)

## < 7 Edge length and Height of Regular Bipyramid Calculators

Total height of Regular Bipyramid given surface area
height_1 = 4*(sqrt(((Surface Area Polyhedron/(Side A*Base vertices))^2)-((1/4)*(Side A^2)*((cot(pi/Base vertices))^2)))) Go
Height of one pyramid of Regular Bipyramid given surface area
height_2 = sqrt(((Surface Area Polyhedron/(Base vertices*Side A))^2)-((1/4)*(Side A^2)*((cot(pi/Base vertices))^2))) Go
Edge length n gon of Regular Bipyramid given volume
side_a = sqrt((Volume*4*(tan(pi/Base vertices))*Height of column2)/((2/3)*Base vertices)) Go
Total height of Regular Bipyramid given volume
height_1 = 2*((2/3)*Base vertices*(Side A^2))/(4*Volume*(tan(pi/Base vertices))) Go
Height of one pyramid of Regular Bipyramid given volume
height_2 = ((2/3)*Base vertices*(Side A^2))/(Volume*4*tan(pi/Base vertices)) Go
Total height of Regular Bipyramid given height of one pyramid
height_1 = 2*Height of column2 Go
Height of one pyramid of Regular Bipyramid given total height
height_2 = Height of column1/2 Go

### Total height of Regular Bipyramid given surface area Formula

height_1 = 4*(sqrt(((Surface Area Polyhedron/(Side A*Base vertices))^2)-((1/4)*(Side A^2)*((cot(pi/Base vertices))^2))))
h1 = 4*(sqrt(((SAPolyhedron/(Sa*n))^2)-((1/4)*(Sa^2)*((cot(pi/n))^2))))

## What is Regular Bipyramid?

A n-gonal bipyramid or dipyramid is a polyhedron formed by joining an n-gonal pyramid and its mirror image base-to-base. An n-gonal bipyramid has 2n triangle faces, 3n edges, and 2 + n vertices.

## How to Calculate Total height of Regular Bipyramid given surface area?

Total height of Regular Bipyramid given surface area calculator uses height_1 = 4*(sqrt(((Surface Area Polyhedron/(Side A*Base vertices))^2)-((1/4)*(Side A^2)*((cot(pi/Base vertices))^2)))) to calculate the Height of column1, Total height of Regular Bipyramid given surface area formula is defined as the measurement of Regular Bipyramid from head to foot or from base to top. Height of column1 and is denoted by h1 symbol.

How to calculate Total height of Regular Bipyramid given surface area using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Total height of Regular Bipyramid given surface area, enter Surface Area Polyhedron (SAPolyhedron), Side A (Sa) & Base vertices (n) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Total height of Regular Bipyramid given surface area calculation can be explained with given input values -> 12397.18 = 4*(sqrt(((1000/(8*4))^2)-((1/4)*(8^2)*((cot(pi/4))^2)))).

### FAQ

What is Total height of Regular Bipyramid given surface area?
Total height of Regular Bipyramid given surface area formula is defined as the measurement of Regular Bipyramid from head to foot or from base to top and is represented as h1 = 4*(sqrt(((SAPolyhedron/(Sa*n))^2)-((1/4)*(Sa^2)*((cot(pi/n))^2)))) or height_1 = 4*(sqrt(((Surface Area Polyhedron/(Side A*Base vertices))^2)-((1/4)*(Side A^2)*((cot(pi/Base vertices))^2)))). Surface Area Polyhedron is the area of an outer part or uppermost layer of polyhedron, Side A is an upright or sloping surface of a structure or object that is not the top or bottom and generally not the front or back & Base vertices is the number of base vertices of Regular Bipyramid.
How to calculate Total height of Regular Bipyramid given surface area?
Total height of Regular Bipyramid given surface area formula is defined as the measurement of Regular Bipyramid from head to foot or from base to top is calculated using height_1 = 4*(sqrt(((Surface Area Polyhedron/(Side A*Base vertices))^2)-((1/4)*(Side A^2)*((cot(pi/Base vertices))^2)))). To calculate Total height of Regular Bipyramid given surface area, you need Surface Area Polyhedron (SAPolyhedron), Side A (Sa) & Base vertices (n). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Surface Area Polyhedron, Side A & Base vertices and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Height of column1?
In this formula, Height of column1 uses Surface Area Polyhedron, Side A & Base vertices. We can use 7 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• height_1 = 2*Height of column2
• height_2 = Height of column1/2
• height_2 = sqrt(((Surface Area Polyhedron/(Base vertices*Side A))^2)-((1/4)*(Side A^2)*((cot(pi/Base vertices))^2)))
• height_2 = ((2/3)*Base vertices*(Side A^2))/(Volume*4*tan(pi/Base vertices))
• height_1 = 4*(sqrt(((Surface Area Polyhedron/(Side A*Base vertices))^2)-((1/4)*(Side A^2)*((cot(pi/Base vertices))^2))))
• height_1 = 2*((2/3)*Base vertices*(Side A^2))/(4*Volume*(tan(pi/Base vertices)))
• side_a = sqrt((Volume*4*(tan(pi/Base vertices))*Height of column2)/((2/3)*Base vertices))
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