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{{ printedBook.courseTrack.name }} {{ printedBook.name }} The surface area of a pyramid with a square shaped base can be calculated using the formula
$S=s_{2}+2sℓ,$
where $s$ is the side length of the base and $ℓ$ the *slant height*.

For a pyramid with a base in the shape of a regular polygon the surface area can be calculated using the formula $S=B+21 pℓ,$ where $B$ is the base area, $p$ the perimeter of the base, and $ℓ$ the slant height.