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Q: How do you find the volume of a ball with radius 4.6 cm?

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Radius = 1/2 of the diameter = 46 inches.

6647.61cm2

2*23 = 46 cm

The formula is: circumference = 2 x pi x radius. As always when you use a formula, plug in the values you know and solve for the ones you don't. So plug in 46 for the circumference and solve for the radius. (You'll get that the radius = (circumference)/(2pi)).

As area = pi * radius2, the radius is given by radius = sqrt(area /pi) radius = sqrt(6644.24 / pi) = 46 with pi = 3.14

Polaris is approx 46 times the radius of the sun: somewhere between 30 and 34 million kilometres.

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46+46+46+46+46

diameter = double the radius = 48 cm

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