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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

Find r. V = 256π cm3

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  2. anonymous
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    that ones slightly harder lol

  3. anonymous
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    what shape? cone? cylinder? sphere?

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    look at it, you should be able to see what shape it is

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    definately not a cone or cylinder

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    Sorry, I ignored the attachment

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    what shape would it be if the whole thing were shaded in ?

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    bonbon I think

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    :|

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    here the hint:One-fourth of the hemisphere is missing.

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    1/6pi r^3...

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    nope 1/2

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    3/4 of a hemisphere where a sphere would be 4/3pi*r^3

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    but with the volume?

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    = (3/4 x (1/2) x (4/3)pi r^3

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    3/4 because its 3/4 of a hemisphere

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    1/2 because a hemisphere is 1/2 a sphere

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    V= (1/2) pi r^3 r^3 = (2V ) / pi r= cubed root [ (2V / pi ) ]

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    r= cubed root ( 2 x 256) = 8cm

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    i am so confuse

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    :|

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