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Q: What is the radius of a sphere with a volume of 288pi cubic meters?

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144pi sq

It is: 144*pi square units.

Equation for volume=4\3pi r^3 288pi=4\3pi r^3 Radius=6 Surface area=4pi r^2 4*3.1428*6*6=452.56cm2Another Answer:-1 If: 4/3*pi*radius3 = 288pi cubic cm2 Then: making the radius the subject of the above gives it a value of 6 cm3 Therefore: 4*pi*62 = 144pi or about 452.389 square cm to 3 decimal places

Vol=pi*r2*h =pi*6squared*8 =36pi*8 =288pi

A = 2(pi)(r squared) r = 1/2(d) so r = 12 so then A = 2(pi)(144) A = (pi)(288) or A = 288pi. (If you need an actual number, multiply 288 by pi.)

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