Q: What is the volume of 10 mm ball?

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3.2*8*10 mm3 = 256 mm3

There is no object with a volume of 2000 mm because the "mm" is a unit of length NOT volume.

10 inches

The volume of sphere = (4/3)*pi*r3 where r is the radius. The diameter of a ping pong ball is 40 mm or 1.5478 in. the radius is 20 mm. r3 is 8000 mm3 The volume is 33510 mm3 or or 33.51 cc or 2.045 in3

Volume of a pyramid = 1/3*base area*height Volume = 250,000 cubic mm

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It is: 10*10*10 = 1000 cubic mm

3.2*8*10 mm3 = 256 mm3

Each surface is 100 sq mm times 6 sides is 600 sq mm. The volume is 10 x 10 x 10 = 1,000 cubic mm. So the ratio is 600 sq mm/ 1,000 cu mm or 6/10.

There is no object with a volume of 2000 mm because the "mm" is a unit of length NOT volume.

123.54 mm cubed

10 inches

The volume of sphere = (4/3)*pi*r3 where r is the radius. The diameter of a ping pong ball is 40 mm or 1.5478 in. the radius is 20 mm. r3 is 8000 mm3 The volume is 33510 mm3 or or 33.51 cc or 2.045 in3

The volume of sphere = (4/3)*pi*r3 where r is the radius. The diameter of a ping pong ball is 40 mm or 1.5478 in. the radius is 20 mm. r3 is 8000 mm3 The volume is 33510 mm3 or or 33.51 cc or 2.045 in3

The volume will be 1mm cube. It is calculated by 1mm*1mm*1mm.

10mL

neither - it is area. 1 mm cubed is volume

cc is a volume, mm is a length. You can't have a volume in a length