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Q: How do you find the volume of a sphere giving the mass and density?

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how do you find the mass of a sphere Volume x density => 4/3(pi)(r)3 x density

you have to divide the mass by the volume then measure the ends then you found your answer

calculate the volume using the formula: Vsphere = (4/3)*pi*r^3 then calculate density by Density = Mass/Volume

Density = mass/ volume volume= 4/3(pie)(r^3) ***r= radius in meters** so find volume then divide mass by volume and there you go.

Density is the mass per unit volume. e.g. kg/m3. But you've only given one of the quantities needed - we still need the volume of the sphere.

The volume of a sphere is 4 / 3 * pi * r3

Volume of a sphere = 4/3*pi*radius3

use the formula 4/3*π*radius3 to find the volume of a sphere.

You need to know if the sphere is solid or hollow. You also need the "density" in terms of pounds weight per unit volume. Then Volume = Mass/Density And Radius = cuberoot[3*Vol/(4*pi)]

You cannot find density without volume. Density = mass/volume

Calculate the volume of a full sphere, then divide that by 2.

Not sure how a radio can help. If you are given the radius (including units) of a sphere, the volume is 4/3*pi*r3 cubic units. Then mass = density*volume, in the appropriate units.

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