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The base of a hemisphere has an area of 256π cm2. Find its volume.

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  1. anonymous
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    Do you know the formula for a sphere?

  2. anonymous
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    *I mean volume of a sphere to be more precise

  3. anonymous
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    V= (4/3) pi r^3

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    using the area equation of a circle A= pi r^2 set 256 pi equal to pi r^2 to find the radius of the sphere

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    plug that radius in to volume equation of a sphere solve then divide that answer by two to get the volume of the hemisphere

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