anonymous
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Approximately how many times as great is the volume of the grapefruit as the volume of the lime? A. About 10 times as great. B. About 4 times as great. C. About 28 times as great. D. About 8 times as great.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
diameter is 2 times as great volume is 2^3 times as great

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anonymous
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The answer is D. Why? Look below. Volume of Grapefruit = 4/3pi(5)^3 {Since diameter is 10, radius is 5} Volume of Lime= 4/3pi(2.5)^3 So, 4/3pi get cancelled. We are left with 125/15.625=8 times. :)

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