Study guides

☆☆

Q: What is the area of the cross section of a sphere that is 3 units from the center of the sphere?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Other Math

Assuming the 5.2 units are the radius of the sphere, then its surface area is: surface_area_sphere = 4πr² = 4 × π × (5.2 units)² = 108.16π units² ≈ 339.8 units²

Assuming that the shape is like the cross section of a convex lens, the perimeter is 16.17 units.

144pi units2

The volume of a sphere with a radius of 12 units is: 7,238 units3The answer above is correct but the answer ALSO can be 2304 units3

A sphere with a radius of 9 units has a volume of 3,053.63 units3

Related questions

If the radius of the sphere is R units then the radius of the cross section is sqrt(R2 - 32) Therefore the cross sectional area is pi*(R2 - 32) square units.

That depends on how many units there are in the diameter of the sphere. * * * * * If the radius of the sphere is R units then the radius of the cross section is sqrt(R2 - 122) Therefore the cross sectional area is pi*(R2 - 122) square units.

Section Modulus is moment of inertia divided by distance from center of gravity to farthest point on the cross-section or I/c. The units of Moment of Inertia is distance^4 so the units of section modulus is distance^3 ( distance cubed ). So if your units are in meters: I/c = (m^4)/(m) = m^3

It is: cross-section area*length and measured in cubic units

A sphere with a radius of 30 units has a volume of 113,097.34 cubic units.

A sphere with a radius of 2.4 units has a volume of 57.91 cubic units.

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

The volume of a sphere with a radius of 21 units is: 12,348 units 3

Volume = Length*Area of cross-section So area of cross section = 1962.5/25 = 78.5 units If the cylinder has diameter d then area of cross section = pi*d2/4 So d2 = 4*Area/pi = 99.95 square units. Then d = sqrt(99.95) = 9.997 units of length.

A sphere's volume is measured in cubic units, not square units.

r = 2.821 units

Assuming the 5.2 units are the radius of the sphere, then its surface area is: surface_area_sphere = 4πr² = 4 × π × (5.2 units)² = 108.16π units² ≈ 339.8 units²

People also asked