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THE VOLUME OF A SPHERE
Radius

Volume

Radius

Volume

Radius

Volume

Radius

Volume

0

0

4.5

381.7

9

3053.63

14.5

10305.99

0.5

0.52

5

523.6

9.5

3591.36

15

14137.16

1

4.19

5.5

696.91

10

4188.79

16

15598.52

1.5

14.14

6

904.78

10.5

4849.04

16.5

17157.27

2

33.51

6.5

1150.35

11

5575.28

17

18816.55

2.5

65.45

7

1436.75

11.5

6370.62

17.5

22449.28

3

113.1

7.5

1767.14

12

7238.22

18

24429

3.5

179.59

8

2144.66

12.5

8181.22

4

268.08

8.5

2572.44

13

9202.76

The volume of a sphere is found by using the equation 4/3(3.14159) radius3. This is read four-thirds pi times the length of the radius cubed. The above
values range from 0 (cubic inches or cubic centimeters, etc.) to 18(cubic inches or cubic centimeters, etc.)
By Samantha Reagan Selman
11/29/11

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