## anonymous one year ago HELP WILL GIVE MEDAL PLEASE The two spheres above have the same center. One has a radius of 2 cm, and the other has a radius of 3 cm. Approximately how much space is in between the two spheres?

1. anonymous

2. anonymous

get the volume of the bigger sphere get the volume of the smaller sphere then subtract the smaller's volume from the bigger one and their difference, is what's not occupied by the smaller one or the space between them

3. anonymous

$$\bf \textit{volume of a sphere}=\cfrac{4}{3}\pi r^3\qquad \begin{cases} r=radius \end{cases}$$

4. anonymous

okay so the height of the bigger sphere is 113.1

5. anonymous

and smaller is 33.51

6. anonymous

i meant volume

7. anonymous

79.6 ty

8. anonymous

yesap

9. anonymous

yeap rather