Posted by **Kim** on Friday, November 17, 2006 at 11:38am.

A worm has a diameter of 2.4cm and its length is upto 1.9M.

a)How do I calculate the surface area?

b)How do I calculate the volume?

c)How do I work out the volume ratio of the worm?

Please help!

Thanx kim xxx

Surface area= PI*2*radius * length]

Volume= PI * radius^2 * length

volume ratio = volume/area

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