0.6 m-1 is the ratio of surface area to volume for a sphere.
0.6 is the surface area to volume ratio.
0.4 m-1 is the ration of surface area 588m2 to volume 1372m3 for a sphere.
-- The ratio of 588 to 1,372 is 0.4286 (rounded) -- A sphere with surface area of 588 has volume closer to 1,340.7 . (rounded)
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Perhaps if you read the question properly, you would not have to ask the question!
where is the answer to what is meant by each of the following terms:cell volume, surface area, ratio of surface area to volume?
The ratio is 1/2 square meter per cubic meter.
It is not possible to have a sphere with a surface are of 300 metres squared and a volume of 500 metres cubed. A surface area of 300 sq metres would imply a volume of 488.6 cubic metres or a shape that is non-spherical!
The ratio appears to be 588 to 1372 or 3 to 7 in its simplest form
Yikes! Can you give some measurements? What do you mean by the volume - the volume of the wood used?
-- "864m square" is not a volume. "864m cubed" is a volume.-- A sphere can't have those measurements.If it's really a sphere with surface area of 432 m2, then its volume is 844.3 m3.If it's really a sphere with volume 864 m3, then its surface area is 438.7 m2.-- The answer to the question is: The ratio of 432 m2 to 864 m2 is 0.5 .-- If those are really an area and a volume, then the ratio of 432 m2 to 864 m3 is 0.5 per meter.
The ratio is 300 m2/500 m3 = 0.6 per meter.(Fascinating factoid: The sphere's radius is 5 m.)
None. A gallon is a measure of volume which requires measurements in 3 dimensions. There are only two measurements given, which means that the 24' by 52 is the area of a surface. A surface cannot hold any volume. And a stack on the surface would be of any height at all - so the volume would be indeterminate.
If the shape is a perfect sphere, then the ratio of surface area to volume will always be: 4πr2 / 4/3πr3 = 3/r If the volume = 500m3, then we can say: 500m3 = 4/3πr3 375m3 = r3 r = 5∛3 m So the ratio of surface area to volume on that sphere would be 3 / (5∛3 m), or: 3∛3/5m
If you increase the radius, the volume will increase more than the area.
You work both out from measurements of the shape and the relevant formulae.
A cell's volume is the amount of material that can fit into the cell. A cell's surface area is the total amount of material that makes up the outside of the cell. The ratio of surface area to volume is the amount of surface area per unit volume of an object or collection of objects.
if cells surface area is 6 and its volume is 1cm then what is its ratio of surface are volume to volume
The surface-area-to-volume ratio may be calculated as follows: -- Find the surface area of the shape. -- Find the volume of the shape. -- Divide the surface area by the volume. The quotient is the surface-area-to-volume ratio.
Five. Length, width, height, surface area, and volume
To obtain the ratio of surface area to volume, divide the surface area by the volume.
The volume increases faster. (proportional to the cube of the radius)The surface area increases slower. (proportional to the square of the radius)
Volume=area * length of that surface
surface area divided by volume