Math Calculus
posted by Megan on .
A sphere is initially measured as having a radius of 4 inches. A subsequent measurement shows that the radius is really 3.99. Find (a) the actual difference in volume between the initial measurement and the correction, and (b) the difference as estimated through differentials. Note the formula for the volume of a sphere is V=4/3(pi)r^3
I did question A, but I need help on question B...
thanks :)

V = (4/3) pi r^3
dV/dr = (4/3)3 pi r^2 = 4 pi r^2
(which is the surface area of the sphere of course)
so
dV = 4 pi r^2 dr
here dr =  .01
so dV = .01 * 4 * pi * 16
dV = 2.01 in^3 
Thank you soo muccchh

sorry actually i got that part which is part a. What I need is part (b). Find the delta(v)