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 A319034 Decimal expansion of the height that minimizes the total surface area of the four triangular faces of a square pyramid of unit volume. 1
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 OFFSET 1,3 COMMENTS A square pyramid with a height of h and a base of size s X s has volume V = (1/3)*s^2*h, so a square pyramid of unit volume has s = sqrt(3/h), and the slant height of each of the four triangular faces is t = sqrt(h^2 + (s/2)^2) = sqrt(h^2 + 3/(4*h)), and the total area of the four faces is A = 4*(s*t/2) = sqrt(12*h^3 + 9)/h; this area is minimized at h = (3/2)^(1/3), where it reaches A = 3^(7/6)*2^(1/3). If the total surface area of all five faces including the square base is to be minimized, then the resulting height is 6^(1/3) (cf. A005486). - Jon E. Schoenfield, Nov 11 2018 LINKS Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics, Pyramid. FORMULA Equals (3/2)^(1/3). Equals A002581/A002580. - Michel Marcus, Oct 23 2018 EXAMPLE 1.14471424255333186780804221193967700891590692078793... PROG (PARI) sqrtn(3/2, 3) \\ Michel Marcus, Oct 23 2018 CROSSREFS Cf. A002580, A002581, A005486. Sequence in context: A198138 A300709 A240924 * A282468 A196463 A021695 Adjacent sequences:  A319031 A319032 A319033 * A319035 A319036 A319037 KEYWORD nonn,cons AUTHOR Jon E. Schoenfield, Oct 22 2018 STATUS approved

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