The volume of a sphere with a diameter of 8cm is about 268cm3
The approximate volume of a sphere with a diameter of 8 inches is 268 cubic inches.
The volume in liters of an 8-inch sphere is about 4.4(4.39304412) liters.
This sphere's surface area is 201.06 mm2
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 a sphere = 4pi*r^3 2r = d, so Volume of a sphere = 4pi*(4)^3 Volume = 256pi
Volume of sphere: 4/3*pi*8^3 = 2145 cubic mm to the nearest whole number
V = 2,144.7 cubic mm
Volume = 4/3*pi*83 = 2144.661 cubic mm rounded to 3 decimal places
Its diameter in mm = 8/pi
Please use the formula for a sphere: volume = (4/3) x pi x radius3 Remember that the radius is half the diameter.
The only shape whose volume could be determined by diameter alone is a sphere. The volume of a sphere is 4πr3/3. The radius of a sphere is half it's diameter, so you can say that given the diameter, d, the volume, v, can be determined with the equation: v = 4π(d / 2)3 / 3 v = (4πd3 / 8) / 3 v = 4πd3 / 24 v = πd3 / 6
The surface area of a sphere with a diameter of 8 inches is 201.1 inches2
If 8m is its radius then the volume of the sphere is: 4/3*pi*8^3 = 2145 cubic m rounded
A sphere that has a volume of 268 cubic inches....I'm not quite sure what you're asking here?
The radius of a sphere with antipodes 8 cm apart is 4 cm. The distance between the antipodes of a sphere is the diameter of the sphere. The radius is half the length of the diameter.
Volume of a sphere = 4/3*pi*radius3 Volume = 2144.660585 cubic cm
The volume of a sphere is 4/3 (pi) (R)3 .The volume of each of the 8 spheres is 4/3 (pi) (0.5)3 .That's (pi/6) mm3 each and 4pi/3 mm3 all together.To find the size of the combined sphere, start againwith the volume formula and solve it for the radius:V = 4/3 pi R3Multiply each side by 3/4 :3/4 V = pi R3Divide each side by pi :3V/4pi = R3Take the cube root of each side:R = the cube root of (3V/4pi)Up above, we wound up with a volume of 4pi/3 mm3 .So the radius of our new sphere iscube root of (3V/4pi) = cube root of (3/4pi x 4pi/3) = cube root of (1) = 1 mm==========================Check the answer (and a much easier way in whichthe answer could have been found):-- Volume of a sphere = 4/3 pi R3 .Notice that the volume is proportional to the cube of the radius,and therefore also to the cube of the diameter.-- The volume of the big sphere was 8 times the volume of the little ones.So the big diameter should be the cube root of 8 times the small diameter.-- The cube root of 8 is 2.The small diameter is 1.The big diameter should be 2 x 1 = 2 .-- I calculated the big radius as 1.-- Yay !
volume of a sphere is 4/3 pi x r^3 or, 4/3 x 3.142 x r ^3 r, or radius would be 1/2 the diameter, hence r ^3 would come to (d^3)/8 Solved :-)
If you are saying the diameter of a cup is 8 cm and 4 mm and you want to know what that is in mm, the answer is 84.
8 8 6 = 48
The volume of a cylinder that has a diameter of 10 and height of 8 is 628.32 cubic units.