## chancemorris123 one year ago If a sphere’s volume is doubled, what is the corresponding change in its radius? A. The radius is increased to 3 square root of 2 times the original size. B. The radius is increased to 4 times the original size. C. The radius is increased to 2 times the original size. D. The radius is increased to 8 times the original size.

1. chancemorris123

some one help me plz

2. UnkleRhaukus

the volume of a sphere (of radius $$r$$) is $V_\text{sphere} = \tfrac43\pi r^3$