The BEEometry is abuzz with an intuitive way to calculate the surface area of pyramids! We fly in and out of square and hexagonal pyramids in this session. BEEcause of this, we explore these areas without a heavy use of formulas, and instead go for deeper conceptual understanding. Later sessions explore the surface area of cones. Or should we say, "honeycones?" YAY MATH!
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