Q: What is the surface area of a ball whose radius16cm?

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Surface area of a sphere = 4*pi*radius2

Surface area of a ball or sphere = 4*pi*radius2

Surface area of the ball = 4*pi*342 = 4624*pi square mm

2800 square inches

4 pie ft. 2

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Surface area of a ball or a sphere = 4*pi*radius squared

Surface area = 4*pi*radius2

Surface area of a sphere = 4*pi*radius2

Surface Area is the term used to describe the area of an object that is exposed. In other words, if you took a tennis ball, the outside of the ball is it's surface area. If you cut the tennis ball in half, the original outside part is still part of the surface area but now include the inside as well.

Surface area of a ball or sphere = 4*pi*radius2

Surface area of the ball = 4*pi*342 = 4624*pi square mm

First find the radius by dividing 19 by 2*pi which is 3.023943919 cm Surface area of a sphere (the ball) = 4*pi*radius2 Surface area = 4*pi*3.0239439192 => 114.9098689 Surface area of the ball: 115 square centimeters correct to three significant figures.

Surface area of ball: 4*pi*1^2 = 4*pi square feet

2800 square inches

4 pie ft. 2

Surface area of a sphere (a rounded ball) = 4*pi*radius2 Surface area of half a sphere = 2*pi*radius2

A soccer ball has a larger radius than a baseball, so it has more surface area.