The formula to calculate the Lateral Surface Area of a Right Square Pyramid given its Slant Height is:

\[ \text{LSA} = 2 \times l_e \times h_{\text{slant}} \]

The Lateral Surface Area of a Right Square Pyramid is the total amount of two-dimensional space occupied on all the faces of the Right Square Pyramid, excluding the area of the base. The Edge Length of the Base of a Right Square Pyramid is the length of the straight line connecting any two adjacent vertices of the base of the Right Square Pyramid. The Slant Height of a Right Square Pyramid is the length measured along the lateral face from the base to the apex of the Right Square Pyramid along the center of the face.

Let's assume the following values:

- Edge Length of Base of Right Square Pyramid = 10 Meter
- Slant Height of Right Square Pyramid = 16 Meter

Using the formula:

\[ \text{LSA} = 2 \times 10 \times 16 = 320 \text{ Square Meter} \]

The Lateral Surface Area of the Right Square Pyramid is 320 Square Meter.

Edge Length (Meter) | Slant Height (Meter) | Lateral Surface Area (Square Meter) |
---|---|---|

9 | 16 | 288.000000000000000 |

9.1 | 16 | 291.199999999999989 |

9.2 | 16 | 294.399999999999977 |

9.3 | 16 | 297.599999999999966 |

9.4 | 16 | 300.799999999999955 |

9.5 | 16 | 303.999999999999943 |

9.6 | 16 | 307.199999999999932 |

9.7 | 16 | 310.399999999999920 |

9.8 | 16 | 313.599999999999909 |

9.9 | 16 | 316.799999999999898 |

10 | 16 | 319.999999999999886 |

10.1 | 16 | 323.199999999999875 |

10.2 | 16 | 326.399999999999864 |

10.3 | 16 | 329.599999999999852 |

10.4 | 16 | 332.799999999999841 |

10.5 | 16 | 335.999999999999829 |

10.6 | 16 | 339.199999999999818 |

10.7 | 16 | 342.399999999999807 |

10.8 | 16 | 345.599999999999795 |

10.9 | 16 | 348.799999999999784 |

11 | 16 | 351.999999999999773 |