# Pyramid

Pyramid has a base a = 5cm and height in v = 8 cm.

a) calculate angle between plane ABV and base plane

b) calculate angle between opposite side edges.

a) calculate angle between plane ABV and base plane

b) calculate angle between opposite side edges.

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