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I don't understand how to do this problem? The volume of a sphere is 5,000 m3. What is the surface area of the sphere to the nearest square meter?

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    what's the graph

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    i only have answer choices that are, 3,033 m2 62,832 m2 195 m2 1,517 m2

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    we know that v=4/3pi*r^3=5000 you can from that equation to get r the you can use s=4poi*r^2 to get surface area

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    s=4*pi*r^2

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