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For this assignment, you will be finding the surface area and the volume of three different spherical objects. You will need to find three objects and measure the distance around the center using a ruler or tape measure. Show all work!

I am using a lemon first. How do I get the radius so that I can get the surface area and the volume.

asked by crissy
  1. Measure the circumference.

    C = pi * d
    C/pi = d

    d = 2r

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. ok the circumference was 6.283185307 rounded to 6.3

    posted by crissy
  3. 6.3 = 3.14 * d

    2.006 = d

    1 = r

    posted by Ms. Sue
  4. ok thank you

    posted by crissy
  5. You're welcome.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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