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

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What is the ratio of surface area to volume for a sphere with the Surface area of 300m2 and a volume of 500 m3?

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 .


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Surface-area-to-volume ratio in nanoparticles?

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What happens to the surface area and volume ratio as the cell decreases in size?

The ratio of surface area to volume increases. The area of a sphere is proportional to its radius squared. Volume is proportional to radius cubed. As the radius increases, the volume increases more than the surface area. As the radius decreases, the volume decreases more than the surface area, so the ratio of surface area to volume increases.


What is the ratio of surface area to volume for a sphere with the following measurements surface area 432m square volume 864m Square?

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