Q: What is the volume of a sphere with a radius of 3 mm?

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Volume = 4/3*pi*0.53 = 0.5235987756 or about 0.524 cubic mm

V = 113.1 units3

The volume of every sphere is 4/3(pi) x (radius)3 .So the volume of your particular sphere is 4/3(pi) x (19)3.

The formula for calculating the volume of a sphere is 4/3 pi r3. If your sphere has a radius of 3 cm, you can expect it to have a volume of about 113 cubic centimeters.

4/3 pi radius^3

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Volume of a sphere = 4/3*pi*radius3 Volume = 4/3*pi*23 = 33.51032164 or about 33.5 cubic mm

Volume = 4/3*pi*0.53 = 0.5235987756 or about 0.524 cubic mm

The volume V of a sphere with radius R is given by the formula V = 4/3*(pi)*R^3. If R = 1mm, then this becomes V = 4/3*(pi)*(1mm)^3 = 4/3*pi mm^3, or approximately 4.19 mm^3

A sphere with a radius of 3 inches has a volume of 113.1 cubic inches.

A sphere with a radius of 3 units has a volume of 113.1 cubic units.

V = 113.1 units3

Volume of a sphere = (4/3) (pi) (radius)3 = 2.97cubic units (rounded)

Volume=(4/3)π(radius of sphere)^3

Volume: 4/3*pi*3.33 = 150.533 cubic mm rounded to three decimal places

The volume of every sphere is 4/3(pi) x (radius)3 .So the volume of your particular sphere is 4/3(pi) x (19)3.