geometry

posted by .

what are the measures for the following shapes?

cube?
rectangle?
cone?
sphere?

  • geometry -

    i think the sphere is 360 degrees.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. math

    which of the following has no faces? a] cube b] sphere c] cone d] pyramid
  2. Geometry

    A sphere is inscribed in a cube. The diagonal of one face of the cube measures 4 units. Find the volume of the sphere. a.) 8π√2/3 units3 b.) 8√2 units3 c.) 4π units3
  3. geometry

    Side of cube=6cm Sphere is placed in cube.Calculate volume of cube.Calculate volume of sphere.What percentage of the space in the cube does the sphere occupy?
  4. Geometery

    A circular region rotated 360 degrees around its diameter (serving as an axis) generates a a) cube b) rectangle c) cone d) sphere
  5. geometry

    what are the measures for the following shapes?
  6. Math

    A sphere is inscribed in a right cone. The slant height of the cone = the diameter of the base of cone. If the radius of the sphere is r, find the volume of the cone in terms of r.
  7. Geometry 10th

    A cone is inscribed in a sphere with a radius of 5 centimeters.The distance from the center of the sphere to the center of the base of the cone is x. Write an expression for the volume of the cone in terms of x (Hint: Use the radius …
  8. Math

    A souvenir consisting of a cube with an inserted sphere is made to represent Earth. Both pieces are made out of solid crystal. The sphere replaces one quarter of the volume of the cube. Calculate the volume of the souvenir piece. The …
  9. solid geometry

    A cone circumscribed a sphere and has its slant height equal to the diameter of its base. Show that the volume of the cone is 9/4 the volume of the sphere.
  10. math

    The diameter and the slant height of a cone are both 24 cm. Find the radius of the largest sphere that can be placed inside the cone. (The sphere is therefore tangent to the base of the cone.) The sphere occupies a certain percentage …

More Similar Questions