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Neha2015 Group Title

how do find the surface value of a sphere?

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    u means surface area ??

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    Surface area? \[4\pi r^2\]

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    i meant surface area

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    then as Phoenix said it is calculated using the formula Area = 4 * pi * r^2

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    okay thank you

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