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The volume for a sphere is: 4πr3

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0Volume of a sphere = 4/3*pi*radius3 and measured in cubic units

Volume of a sphere = 4/3*pi*radius3 and legend has it that Archimedes was having a bath when he discovered the formula

Because when working out volumes the answer is given in cubic units and the radius in the formula for finding the volume of a sphere is cubed: Volume of a sphere in cubic units = 4/3*pi*radius3

To find the volume of a Sphere you need the following "rule" or formula: 4/3 x Pi x RÂ³.

Volume of a sphere = (4/3) x (pi) x (Radius)3

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

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

Formula for finding the surface area of a sphere = 4*pi*radius2 in square units. Formula for finding the volume of a sphere = 4/3*pi*radius3 in cubic units. Or did you mean the formula for finding the area of a square? in which case it is Length*Height in square units.

Volume=(4/3)π(radius of sphere)^3

Formula for volume of a sphere = 4/3*pi*radius3 measured in cubic units.

Some 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

The formula for the volume of any sphere isVolume = ( 4/3 pi ) x (cube of the radius)

The common formula to find the volume of a sphere is 4/3 pi r3. pi = approx. 3.14 r = radius of sphere.

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

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

Use the formula for volume of a sphere.

It depends on the shape. The formula for the volume of a sphere is quite different from that for the volume of a cube.

There is no formula for this. You have to measure the volume.

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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.

use the formula 4/3*π*radius3 to find the volume of a sphere.

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

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

The volume of a sphere is given by the formula V =⁴⁄ ₃πr3The volume of a sphere with radius 7cm = ⁴⁄ ₃π73 = 1436.76 cm3 (to 2 dps)

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.

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