Before learning the slant height formula, let us see what is slant height. The slant height of an object (such as a cone, or pyramid) is the distance along the curved surface, drawn from the edge at the top to a point on the circumference of the circle at the base. In other words, The slant height is the shortest possible distance from the base to the apex along the surface of the solid, denoted either as s or l. The slant height formula helps in the calculation of the slant height in any object.
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