Q: What is the volume of a sphere with a diameter of 24 inches?

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A sphere with a diameter of 24 cm has a volume of 7,238.23 cubic cm.

the volume of a sphere is V = 4π * r^3/3 V = 4π * (2.5)^3/3 V = 4π * 15.625/3 V = 4π * 125/24 V = 65.4498469 V ≈ 65.45

The radius of a circle is one-half of the circle's diameter. So if the radius is 12 inches, the diameter is 24 inches.

24*pi inches

Area of a circle = (1/2 x diameter)2 x piArea of a 24 inch diameter circle:(12 inches)2 x 3.1416 = 144 square inches x 3.1416 = 452.4 square inches

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A sphere with a diameter of 24 cm has a volume of 7,238.23 cubic cm.

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The volume of a cylinder, in cubic yards, if the height is 153 inches and the diameter is 24 inches is 69,215.57 cubic inches which equates to 1.484 cubic yards.

The volume of a pipe that measures 8 feet in length and 24 inches in diameter is: 25.133 cubic feet (about 188 US gallons).

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

Not enough info to determine an answer. "Cubic inches" is a measurement of Volume with 3 dimensions. A "24 inch Pipe" can mean either a Length of 24 inches or a Diameter of 24 inches. To calculate a Volume of a pipe, you need the Diameter (or Radius) and the Length.

We need to know the diameter AND the length of the cylinder to tell you the cubic volume.

A sphere with a radius of 24 cm has a volume of 57,905.84 cm3

If a circle has a diameter of 24 inches its circumference is: 75.4 inches (diameter x Pi = circumference).

A 14-inch diameter by 20 foot long pipe has a volume of: 21.38 cubic feet.