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ayuna123:
.A large spherical balloon is being deflated. When the radius of the balloon decreases from 10 ft to 5 ft, approximately how much volume has…
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ayuna123:
. Joey has a beach ball with a radius of 20 cm. What volume of air will it hold when fully inflated?
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ayuna123:
.A large spherical balloon is being deflated. When the radius of the balloon decreases from 10 ft to 5 ft, approximately how much volume has…
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ayuna123:
For spring break this year your family decided to visit Michigan, but it snows the first weekend you are there. You decide to make a snowman…
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ayuna123:
Volume of a Sphere =
4
3
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ayuna123:
What is the volume of a ball if the diameter if the ball is 6 inches? Leave your answer in terms of π.
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ayuna123:
SA = 4πr2
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ayuna123:
During play, a ball with a diameter of 3.00 inches splits exactly in half. What is the volume of each portion of the ball?
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ayuna123:
4) The DIAMETER of a sphere is doubled. What is the new volume of the sphere?
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ayuna123:
For what type of solid would you use this formula:
V =
4
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ayuna123:
Devin is asked to write out how to find the circumference of a circle. He writes:
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ayuna123:
If you know the diameter of a circle, which statement describes how to find the AREA?
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ayuna123:
A circle has an area of 36π in2. What is the area of a sector of the circle that has a central angle of
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ayuna123:
Find the area of the blue sector. Leave your answer in terms of π.
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