Calculate Volume of Pyramid


To calculate the volume of the Pyramid, you need to ask user to enter breadth and height of Pyramid.

Variables:

1. breadth : (Datatype int): to represent the breadth 1 of the pyramid.

2. height : (Datatype int): to represent the height of the pyramid.

3. volume_of_pyramid : (Datatype float): to store volume of pyramid calculated.

Formula:

Volume of a Pyramid : (1/3) x Breadth x Height

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 * 12_calculate_volume_of_pyramid.c
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#include &tl;stdio.h>
//#include &tl;conio.h>

void main() {

    int breadth;
    int height;
    float volume_of_pyramid;

//	clrscr();

	printf(" Program to calculate Volume of a Pyramid:  ");

	printf("\n\n Enter the Breadth of Pyramid : ");
	scanf("%d", &breadth);
    
    printf("\n\n Enter the Height of Pyramid : ");
	scanf("%d", &height);
    
    
    volume_of_pyramid = (1/3)*breadth*height;


	printf("\n\n Volume of Pyramid with Breadth as %d and Height as %d = %f",breadth,height,volume_of_pyramid);

//	getch();



}
Output:
Program to calculate Volume of a Pyramid :
Enter the Breadth of Pyramid: 2
Enter the Height of Pyramid: 5
Volume of Pyramid with Breadth as 2 and Height as 5 = 3.333333

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