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Hot air balloons require large amounts of both hot air and fabric material. A hot air balloon is spherical with a diameter of 25 feet
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a. Does finding the surface area help you determine the amount of the hot air or the fabric material? Explain

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    since the balloon is made of fabric, the surface area is the amount of fabric needed.

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