Q: What is the volume of a sphere with diameter 6 in?

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A sphere with a diameter of 6cm has a volume of 113.1 cm3

The formula for the volume of a sphere is 4/3 x pi x r3. This means the volume of a sphere with diameter (which is twice as long as the radius) is 33.51 cm3.

The formula for the volume (V) of a ball (a sphere) is V = 4/3πr3. As the diameter = 6 inches then the radius = 3 inches. V = 4/3π33 = 113.097 in3 (3dp)

d = 6

V = 904.8 cm3

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