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Four identical metal spheres, each with radius 6 cm, are melted and reshaped into one big sphere. Fine the radius of the new sphere.

Find out the volume of each sphere.
V = (4/3)(pi)(r^3)
Multiply by 4.
Use the same formula to find the radius of the new sphere.
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