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sphere surface area = 4 * pi * (radius2)

and:

sphere volume = 4/3 * pi * (radius3)

( pi = 3.141592654 approx)

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0Some of many examples are:- Finding the circumference of a circle Finding the area of a circle Finding the surface area of a sphere Finding the volume of a sphere Finding the surface area of a cylinder Finding the volume of a cylinder Finding the volume of a cone Finding the surface area of a cone

Some of the many applications that pi is used in geometry are as follows:- Finding the area of a circle Finding the circumference of a circle Finding the volume of a sphere Finding the surface area of a sphere Finding the surface area and volume of a cylinder Finding the volume of a cone

The circumference of a circle divided by its diameter is the value of pi and pi has a wide range of uses some of which are:- Finding the volume of a sphere Finding the surface area of a sphere Finding the volume of a cone Finding the volume of a cylinder Finding the area of a circle Finding the circumference of a circle

Given the surface area, where S=surface area, the formula for finding the volume isV = √(S / 4pi)

The surface area of a sphere with a volume of 3500pi is: 2,391 square units.

The volume for a sphere is: 4πr3 3 the π is pie (3.14)

Yes. Second contribution: Surface area of sphere = XXXVI = 36 square inches. When all the working out is done, which the previous contributor has failed to do, the answer is: Volume of the sphere = 20.311 cubic inches correct to three decimal places. This was achieved by rearranging the formula (4*pi*r2) for finding the surface area of the sphere in order to find its radius. The radius was then used in the formula (4/3*pi*r3) for finding the volume of the sphere.

Volume = 4/3 * pi * radius * radius * radius Surface Area = 4 * pi * radius * radius

Volume of a sphere = 4/3*pi*radius3 and measured in cubic units

Use the formula for volume to solve for the radius of the sphere and then plug that radius into the formula for the surface area of a sphere.

Just insert the radius into the formula for the volume a sphere, and do the calculations. The formula is: V = (4/3) pi radius3

A sphere can either have a surface area of 432 m2 but not a volume of 864 m3, or it can have a volume of 864 m3 but not a surface area of 432 m2.

A sphere with a surface area of 324pi cubic inches has a volume of: 3,054 cubic inches.

0.6 m-1 is the ratio of surface area to volume for a sphere.

The volume of a sphere is (4/3) * pi * r^3

Let the radius of the sphere be r. surface area of the sphere = 4 * pi * r^2 volume = (4 * pi * r^3)/3

Its the 16th letter of the Greek alphabet Its pi day on March 14th Its value to two decimal places is 3.14 Its worked out by dividing the circumference of any circle by its diameter Its true value is probably infinity Its used in finding the area of a circle Its used in finding the circumference of a circle Its used in finding the volume of a sphere Its used in finding the surface area of a sphere Its used in finding the volume of a cone Its used in finding the curved surface area of a cone

A sphere having a diameter of 9.5 feet has a surface area of 283.53 square feet and a volume of 448.92 cubic feet.

depends on the shape... if its a sphere or a prism or what. You'll get different answers because they have different surface area to volume ratios. Sphere will give you the biggest volume for a given surface area.

The formula for the surface area of a sphere is 4πr2. The formula for the volume of a sphere is 4/3πr3.

R3 refers to radius3 Volume of a sphere = 4/3*pi*radius3 in cubic units

Well, first of all, that's no sphere.-- A sphere with surface area = 300 has volume = 488.6.-- A sphere needs surface area of 304.6 in order to have volume = 500.But this is just a ratio exercise, not a geometry problem, so we'll just use the numbersgiven in the question. It's just some sort of wacky humongous paramecium:Surface area = 300Volume = 500Ratio of (surface area)/(volume) = 300/500 = 0.6 .

Surface area to volume ratio in nanoparticles have a significant effect on the nanoparticles properties. Firstly, nanoparticles have a relative larger surface area when compared to the same volume of the material. For example, let us consider a sphere of radius r: The surface area of the sphere will be 4πr2 The volume of the sphere = 4/3(πr3) Therefore the surface area to the volume ratio will be 4πr2/{4/3(πr3)} = 3/r It means that the surface area to volume ration increases with the decrease in radius of the sphere and vice versa.

because the surface area is spread out over the volume of mass

If they have the same radius then it is: 3 to 2

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