Volume of a sphere is 4/3 pi times the cube of its radius.
The volume of the 6 cm sphere is 1.53 = 3.375 times as large.
Radius times length times .33
Volume of a Sphere is 4/3pr3 ( 4 over 3 times pi times radius cubed).
Volume of a sphere: 4/3 times pi times radius cubed
The volume of the larger sphere will be 27 times the original. Here's the math: Volume of sphere of radius r is (4/3) x pi x r3 Volume of sphere of radius 3r is (4/3) x pi x (3r)3 or 27r3
the volume of a sphere is 4/3 times pi times the radius of the sphere cubed. V=4/3 Pie r3
Volume = 4/3 times Pi times radius cubed (to the third power)
volume is equal to four thirds pie times the radius cubed.
Volume of sphere: 4/3 times pi times 12 cubed = 2304*pi cubic units
The new volume is 3^3 = 27 times as much.
The volume increases by a factor of (3)3 = 27 times.
Volume of sphere: 4/3 times 3.14 times 16^3 = 17148.58667 cubic inches
The number of cubic units to fill a sphere is its volume. Volume of a sphere: 4/3 times pi times radius^3
The idea is to replace the radius in the formula: volume = (4/3)pi times radius cubed
If the radius of a sphere is doubled, the surface area increases by (2)2 = 4 times, and the volume increases by (2)3 = 8 times.
If the radius of a sphere is tripled, the surface area increases by (3)2 = 9 times, and the volume increases by (3)3 = 27 times.
The volume inside a sphere (that is, the volume of the ball) is given by the formula:-Volume = 4/3πr3where 'r' is the radius of the sphere and 'π' is the constant piThe diameter of a sphere is two times its radius, thus a sphere 8 meters in diameter has a radius of 4 meters.
Volume of sphere: 4/3 times pi times 6 cubed = 288*pi cubic inches
The volume is proportiuo9nal to the cube of the radius, so doubling the radiuscauses the volume to increase to (2)3= 8 times its original value.
Volume of a Sphere. Volume= (4/3)(pi)r^3 Multiple 4/3 times pi times the radius to the third power. The surface area of a Sphere is 4(pi)r^2
i think its the same since the radius is half the diameter.
The volume of a sphere is calculated with the formula: V = 4/3 π r3 Volume is four thirds pi times the cube of the radius
Volume is 4/3 pi*radius*radius*radius 3.14 times 7 times 7 times 7 times 4 divided by 3= volume 1436.2666666 Surface area is 4 * pi * radius * radius 4 times 3.14 times 7 times 7=surface area 615.44
4 times Pi times radius times radius