## Solution for problem 5 Chapter 3

# The radius, r, of a sphere can be calculated from its surface area, s, by:The volume, V

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The radius, r, of a sphere can be calculated from its surface area, s, by:The volume, V, is given by:Ji1icr= -2-41tr3V= -3Determine the volume of spheres with surface area of 50, 100, 150, 200, 250,and 300 tt2. Display the results in a two-column table where the values of sand V are displayed in the first and second columns, respectively.

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The radius, r, of a sphere can be calculated from its surface area, s, by:The volume, V