Math

1.) find the volume of a sphere with a radius of 6 ft. round your answer to the nearest whole number.
A. 151 ft^3 (my)
B. 678 ft^3
C. 904 ft^3
D. 2,713 ft^3

2. find the volume of a sphere with a radius of 4 m. Round your answer to the nearest whole number.
A. 201 m^3 (my)
B. 268 m^3
C. 804 m^3
D. 603 m^3

3. find the surface area of a sphere with a radius of 7 in. round your answer to the nearest whole number.
A. 154 in^2 (my)
B. 205 in^2
C. 615 in^2
D. 1,077 in^2

4.find the surface area of a sphere with a radius of 1.5 ft. round your answer to the nearest whole number.
A. 7 ft^2 (my)
B. 9 ft^2
C. 14 ft^2
D. 28 ft^2

5. A playground ball has a radius of 11 cm. What is the volume of the ball? round your answer to the nearest whole number.
A. 380 cm^3 (my)
B. 1.520 cm^3
C. 5,572 cm^3
D. 4,179 cm^3
CAN SOMEONE CHECK MY ANSWER PLZ
and my answer are the ones that have (my).

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  1. #1, no
    #2, no
    #3, no
    #4, n0
    #5, no

    What formulas are you using????
    Are you following the order of operations correctly

    show me one of your calculations.

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    Reiny
  2. 1. r = 6 ft
    V= (4/3) pi r^3 =904.32
    Hey wrong !

    2. (4/3) pi * 16 * 4 = 267.9 wrong again
    ok,enough. Do the problems and o not justbguess

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    Damon
  3. 1.) 904
    2.) 603
    3.) 615
    4.) 14
    5.) 5,572
    I did my calculations again is this correct im not sure and I want to get a good grade so can you plz help me.

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  4. 1.) 904 <---- yes, Damon did it for you
    2.) 603 <---- no
    3.) 615 <---- Yes
    4.) 14 <---- No
    5.) 5,572 <---- yes

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    Reiny
  5. 2. 804
    4.9
    im stuck

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  6. oh, wait I just checked your examples is that the answer for number 2 or is it wrong again.

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  7. I simply re-posted your answers and marked them as yes or no

    I had asked you to show me an example of how you did these, but
    you did not do that.
    I think you are just guessing.

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    Reiny
  8. can someone answer me I need to stop at 2:30.
    and I need someone to check my last two answers.

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  9. 1. C
    2. B
    3. C
    4. D
    5. C

    you can thank me later~ ;3

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  10. Sammish is 100% Correct thats Not a LIE!!!

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  11. These are correct I got a 100%

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  12. Yup sammish is correct 100% for connexcus idk about others tho

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