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Jack is going to fill his beach ball with water. The radius of the ball is 24in. How much water will it take to fill the beach ball?

4.19 (2)^3
4.19 (8)
33.52
Instead of using 24in. I used 2ft. Instead since 24in. Equals 2 ft.

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