Q: What is the volume of a sphere with a radius of 5 meters?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Other Math

The volume of the sphere is proportional to the cube of its radius.Increasing the radius by 5% causes the volume to increase by the factor of (1.05)3= (1.05 x 1.05 x 1.05) = 1.157625= 15.7625% increase in volume.(Regardless of what the radius and volume were before the increase.)

The surface area of a sphere is 4 pi R2A = 4 pi (5)2 = 100 pi = 314.16 square meters (rounded)

If the basketball is regarded as a perfect sphere then the formula for the volume (V) is V = 4/3πr3 where r is the radius. If the radius is 5 inches then V = 4/3π53 = 500/3π = 523.60 cubic inches (2dp)

The ratio is 300 m2/500 m3 = 0.6 per meter.(Fascinating factoid: The sphere's radius is 5 m.)

314.28571 cm.

Related questions

A sphere with a radius of 5 units has a volume of 523.6 cubic units.

A sphere with a radius of 5 units has a volume of 523.6 cubic units.

A sphere with a radius of 5 has a volume of: 523.6 cubic units.

Volume of sphere: 4/3*pi*5*5*5 =53.0516477 cubic units

The formula for the volume of any sphere isVolume = ( 4/3 pi ) x (cube of the radius)

The volume of the sphere is proportional to the cube of its radius.Increasing the radius by 5% causes the volume to increase by the factor of (1.05)3= (1.05 x 1.05 x 1.05) = 1.157625= 15.7625% increase in volume.(Regardless of what the radius and volume were before the increase.)

A = 65.45 cubic meters.

523.6 cubic units.

A cylinder with a radius of 3 meters and a height of 5 meters has a volume of 141.37 cubic meters.

r = 5 cm

523.6 cm^3

523.5987756 cubic feet