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If a basketball has a circumference of C = 2.98 ft, what is its surface area and its volume?

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I got surface area = 27.9
And the volume is 4.80
Is that right if I'm suppose to round to the nearest 10th?

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Mike -- why are you interfering with Gretchen's question? Are you trying to help her with it?

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