# The tent

The tent shape of a regular quadrilateral pyramid has a base edge length a = 2 m and a height v = 1.8 m. How many m

^{2}of cloth we need to make the tent if we have to add 7% of the seams? How many m^{3}of air will be in the tent?### Correct answer:

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