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A spherical fish bowl is half-filled with water. The center of the bowl is C, and the length of segment AB is 24 inches, as shown below. Use for 22/7 pi.

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    no choices are given, it is fill in the blank!

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    TO find the volume of a sphere the formula is 4/3*PI(22/7)*r^3

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    What are you trying to find? And is there a diagram?

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    where is the segment AB? Draw the figure.

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    no diagram...

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    |dw:1339612133181:dw|

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    Is point C on segment AB?

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    what are you supposed to find out?

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    Point C is the CENTER...

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    were trying to find the VOLUME

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    Yes, but is point C ON segment AB? If it isn't we have to approach it completely differently.

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    IT IS ON THE SEGMENT...

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    Alright. Last question. And you're trying to find the volume of the water or the bowl?

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    What is volume, in cubic inches, of water inside the fish bowl?

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    thatts what it says.

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    Alright. The formula for the volume of a sphere is: \[V = \frac43πr^{3}\] Now, the formula for the volume of half the bowl which is the water is half o fhte formula. \[V = \frac46πr^{3}\] \[V = \frac46π(12)^{3}\] Can you solve from here?

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    3620 (rounded to nearest whole.)

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