Pi is not a size. Pi is usually 22/7. Sometimes also 3,14. Pi is used to measure area and circumference of a circle, and the volume of sphere / tube. If there is no pi, then the area and circumference of circle, and the volume of sphere / tube will not be counted.
First we have to find the radius by dividing the circumference by 2*pi which works out as 1.909859317 feet Volume of a sphere = 4/3*pi*radius3 Volume = 29.18050088 or 29.2 cubic feet to the nearest tenth
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
Pi can be used to solve many different things, such as the circumference, radius, diameter, or area of a circle, and the volume of a sphere.
A radius is the distance from the centre of a circle (or sphere) to its circumference (or surface). It is a straight line and has dimensions [L]. It has only a length, no volume. So there is no such furmula.
Do you mean 'pi'? Pi is equal to 3.141592654, and is used to find the circumference and area of a circle. It can also find the volume of a hemisphere or sphere.
Circles do not have volume because they are 2 dimensional. The area of a circle is PI*r2 . A sphere has volume and the volume of a sphere is 4/3*pi*r3 where r is the radius.
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
pi is a number which is the ratio of the circumference of a circle, to its diameter. (Approximately equal to 3.1416) The number pi will come up in volume formulas of solid objects which are base on a circle, such as a sphere, cone or cylinder.
The volume is 13.4 cubic inches.
That depends. What is that "square root of 354" ? Is it the circumference ? Diameter ? Area of the circle ? Area of the sphere ? Volume of the sphere ? The radius is different for each one.
It is used to calculate the circumference and the area of a circle, the surface area and volume of a sphere, to calculate areas and volumes of some other geometrical figures, and in several applications in advanced math that are seemingly unrelated to the circle.
pi is important because you can use it to calculate the circumference of a circle. you can also find the volume of a sphere. pi is approximately equal to 3.14159, and it plays a large role in our education.
Technically, a circle is a 2-dimensional object, so the question should read "volume of a sphere" OR "Area of a circle". The formula to work out the volume of a sphere is: 4/3 pi x r3, where "r" is the radius of the sphere. To find the area of a circle: pi x r2.
circumference is the perimeter of a circle. a circle is 2 dimensional. volume is 3 dimensional. you need to state what shape it is. I could guess that you are talking about a cylinder. the volume is pi.r2.h, if you find the radius from the volume, you can find the perimeter of the circle by 2.pi.r
Pi has many usages in mathematics some of which are:- Area of a circle = pi*radius squared Circumference of a circle = diameter*pi or 2*pi*radius Surface area of a sphere = 4*pi*radius squared Volume of a sphere = 4/3*pi*radius cubed Volume of a cone = 1/3*pi*radius squared*height The value of pi is found by dividing the circumference of a circle by its diameter
It depends on what r is and on what information you have. Even if r is a radius of a circular shape, you would have different formulae depending on whether: it is a sphere and you have the volume, it is a sphere and you have the surface area, it is a circle and you have the area, it is a circle and you have the circumference, it is a circle and you have the length and angle of an arc, it is a cone and you have volume and height, it is a cylinder and you have volume and height etc.
Area of a circle: pi*radius2 Circumference of a circle: 2*pi*radius or diamerer*pi Surface area of a sphere: 4*pi*radius2 Volume of a sphere: 4/3*pi*radius3 Volume of a cylinder: pi*radius2*height
Circumference of a circle given radius Area of a circle given radius Volume of a sphere given radius Surface area of a sphere given radius Converting degrees to radians or vice versa
Area of a circle: pi*radius^2 Circumference of a circle: 2*pi*radius or diameter*pi Volume of a sphere: 4/3*pi*radius^3 Surface area of a sphere: 4*pi*radius^2
A sphere with this volume has a diameter of 9.1416 cm, a surface area of 262.54 square cm and a circumference of 28.719 cm.
Circumference = 59.7 cm implies radius = 9.5 cm (approx) That, in turn, implies that volume = 3593.1 cm3
The area of a circle is 'pi' multiplied by the square of the circle's radius.The volume of a circle is zero. The volume of a sphere is (4/3 pi) multiplied by the cube of the sphere's radius.
Volume of sphere: 4/3*pi*8^3 = 2145 cubic mm to the nearest whole number
A circle has no volume. Volume is only for 3-D shapes. A circle does not have volume because it is a 2 dimentional figure.A circle can only have circumfrance and area. Only a 3 dimentional figure can have volume. Mabye you are thinking about a sphere.