A sphere with a radius of 24 cm has a volume of 57,905.84 cm3
Volume = 57,905.8 units3
V = 57,910 units3
57905.8358 (rounded) I used a online calculator.
A sphere with a diameter of 24 cm has a volume of 7,238.23 cubic cm.
It is: 4/3*pi*243 = 57905.836 cubic units rounded to 3 decimal places.
Use the formula for the volume of a circle: volume = (4/3) x pi x radius3. So the answer would be 57876.48³. While the above IS correct, the answer on APEX is 18432(Pi)units3.
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
A cylinder with a radius of 6 feet and a height of 24 feet has a volume of 2,714.34 cubic feet.
The volume of this cylinder is 54,287 cubic units.
Volume in cubic feet = pi*62*24