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Can someone check my answer i got D? The volume of sphere w is approximatley 47.92π in^3. If the square factor from where w to x is 3 , what is the diameter of sphere x. A.) = 9.9 in B.)= 19.8 in C.)=143.75in D.)=4.4in34 minutes ago

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  1. anonymous
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    If the square factor from where w to x is 3 <----- what does this mean?

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    the mean of what

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    the mean of what

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    the meaning of "where w to x"

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    i am confused?

  6. anonymous
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    look at your question. it says where w to x.... are you sure you typed in your question correctly?

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    yes did you get d?

  8. anonymous
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    you meant the scale factor between w and x?

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    oh yesss sorry

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    jeez! okay ya then it makes sense. the answer is A

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    sorry i meant B, they asked for diameter, not radius.

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    are you sure?

  13. anonymous
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    yup

  14. anonymous
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    Thanks so much :)

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