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Surface Area and Volume

Surface Area and Volume

Volume of Spheres Exercises

Example 1

Find the volume of a sphere if its circumference is 37.7 inches.

Example 2

Find the volume of the sphere.

Example 3

Find the volume of the following solid, a cylinder with a hemispherical chunk removed. The radius is 18 meters.

Example 4

Find the volume of the capsule. If it contains 500 milligrams of aspirin, what is the density of the aspirin?

Example 5

Super Sourz candy will make you cry faster than a broken nose. The box has dimensions of 4 inches, 6 inches, and 10 inches. If it's filled with small spherical Super Sourz candies, each with a diameter of 1.4 inches, how many candies does the box contain?

Example 6

If the surface area of Planet Earth is about 196,712,612 square miles, what is its volume? Go ahead and pretend with us that the Earth is a perfect sphere.

Example 7

When picking a bowling ball, you don't want it to be too heavy or too light. A black shiny bowling ball has a circumference of 25.1 inches. If the density of the bowling ball is 0.0448 lbs/in3, how much does it weigh?

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