geometry

How do I solve this?
4/3PI*R^3
When R=6

I get 288 if I do it in PI form. Just seems really high.

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  1. You are evaluating the volume of a sphere

    V = (4/3)π(6^3) = 288π or appr. 904.8 cubic units

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