# Tower

The top of the tower is a regular hexagonal pyramid with a base edge 6.1 meters long and a height 11.7 meters. How many m

^{2}of the sheet is required to cover the top of the tower? We must add 9% of metal for waste.## Correct answer:

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### You need to know the following knowledge to solve this word math problem:

**arithmetic**- square root
**solid geometry**- pyramid
- surface area
**planimetrics**- right triangle
- polygon
- area of a shape
- triangle
**basic functions**- percentages

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