

Subject:
Volume of sphere
Category: Science > Math Asked by: torrey2ga List Price: $2.00 
Posted:
19 Jul 2004 20:07 PDT
Expires: 18 Aug 2004 20:07 PDT Question ID: 376486 
Find the volume, to the nearest hundredth, of a sphere with a radius of 3 meters 

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Re: Volume of sphere
Answered By: andrewxmpga on 19 Jul 2004 20:57 PDT Rated: 
Hi, The Volume of a sphere is [4/3] X [Pi] X [radius]^3 , and is expressed in cubic units. from: [ http://www.gomath.com/algebra/sphere.php ] Pi is a constant approximately equal to 3.1415 (rounded to a value that is more than sufficient for this answer.) So your sphere of radius 3 meters would have a volume of [4/3]x[3.1415]x[27] = 113.09 cubic feet. Hope this matches your answer... Andrewxmp Search terms: volume of a sphere 
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Re: Volume of sphere
From: socraticinstlouisga on 24 Aug 2004 19:36 PDT 
Why not use a value of Pi that's 9 times closer to the exact value, but with the same number of digits? 3.1416! 
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