0.6 is the surface area to volume ratio.
0.6 m-1 is the ratio of surface area to volume for a sphere.
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!
-- "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 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
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
The ratio is 300 m2/500 m3 = 0.6 per meter.(Fascinating factoid: The sphere's radius is 5 m.)
The surface area of a sphere with a volume of 3500pi is: 2,391 square units.
A.1.7 m-1B.300 m-1C.500 m-1D.0.6 m-1the answer is D. 0.6 m-1
The volume increases faster. (proportional to the cube of the radius)The surface area increases slower. (proportional to the square of the radius)
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.
sphere surface area = 4 * pi * (radius2) and: sphere volume = 4/3 * pi * (radius3) ( pi = 3.141592654 approx)
Strictly speaking, such a sphere is not possible.Even allowing for rounding, the largest surface area is 588.5 m^2 which implies a radius of 6.84 m or 6.8 m.Also, the smallest possible volume is 1371.5 m^3 which implies a radius of 6.89 or 6.9 m.That said, the surface area to volume ratio is 588/1372 = 0.43 m-1.
Volume = 4/3*pi*17373 and in cubic measurements
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.
Let the radius of the sphere be r. surface area of the sphere = 4 * pi * r^2 volume = (4 * pi * r^3)/3
The rate of diffusion would be faster for the right cylinder (APEX)
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.