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Is the orange a perfect sphere?

pls help me

yes

lol ok, what's the volume of a sphere formula?

v=4TTr3/2

should look like this:
v = (4/3)PI(r)^3

now for question 1) , plug in the radius of the orange for r... like this...
v = (4/3)PI(5)^3

yes i did that

i did 5.0 - 0.5 and got 4.5

volume of the whole orange = 523.60 volume of the edible part = 380.51

volume of edible part = 381.51 i mean

523.6 is the whole and 381.7 is the part of the edible part...

how did you get 380.70?? i know that is the right answer but i keep on getting 381.51

wait but where is the x coming from?

your a genius!!

ohhhh. hehe i personally like the of the orange. (:

but hard at first..

ok. well thanks.

np