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  • 5 years ago

how do i find the volume of a sphere?

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  1. anonymous
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    \[4/3\pi r ^{3}\]

  2. anonymous
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    sorry, \[4/(3\pi r ^{3})\]

  3. anonymous
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    wow, I'm having trouble with this; \[4/3 \times \pi r ^{3}\]

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    they should have a fraction option in the equation builder...

  5. anonymous
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    it's 4/3 times pi times the radius squared.

  6. anonymous
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    i mean cubed sorry

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    okay so if the radius is 3 than its 4/3 (3pi3^3)

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    No, it's \[4/3(\pi3^{3})\]

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