math

A design on a balloon is 6 cm wide when the balloon holds 44 cm to the third power of air. How much must
the balloon hold for the design to be 24 cm wide?

Since the "width" increases by a factor of 4, the volume will increase by a factor of 4^3 = 64, even if the balloon is not spherical. The only requirement is that the shape remain the same, which is a reasonable assumption. The balloon you are talking about is not spherical; if it were, the original volume would be 113.1 cm^3.

So the answer is 64 x 44 = ___ cm^3.

thank you

  1. 👍 0
  2. 👎 0
  3. 👁 191
asked by Susie
  1. 2816 cm^3

    1. 👍 0
    2. 👎 0
    posted by sylvain

Respond to this Question

First Name

Your Response

Similar Questions

  1. Math

    A design on a balloon is 2 cm wide when the balloon holds 47 cm^3. How much must the balloon hold for the design to be 6 cm wide? I'm confused about how to solve this. Could someone please show me the steps?

    asked by Annie on May 30, 2011
  2. Geometry

    A design on the surface of a balloon is 5 cm wide when the balloon holds 71 cm of air. How much air does the balloon hold when the design is 10 cm wide? Explain the method you use to find the amount of air.

    asked by Alex on September 15, 2015
  3. geometry

    A design on the surface of a balloon is 5 cm wide when the balloon holds 71 cm^3 of air. How much air does the balloon hold when the design is 10 cm wide? Explain the method you use to find the amount of air.

    asked by Emi on February 4, 2015
  4. geometry

    A design on the surface of a balloon is 5 cm wide when the balloon holds 71 cm^3 of air. How much air does the balloon hold when the design is 10 cm wide? Explain the method you use to find the amount of air.

    asked by Emi on February 4, 2015
  5. Help me! Geometry

    A design on the surface of a balloon is 5 cm wide when the balloon holds 71 cm^3 of air. How much air does the balloon hold when the design is 10 cm wide? Explain the method you use to find the amount of air. How would I solve

    asked by Alexa on September 28, 2015
  6. Chemistry

    You have two gas-filled balloons, one containing He and the other containing H2. The H2 balloon is twice the size of the He balloon. The pressure of gas in the H2 balloon is 1 atm, and that in the He balloon is 2 atm. The H2

    asked by Luis on March 30, 2007
  7. Physics

    After rubbing a balloon against someone's hair, a balloon has accumulated a static electric charge. The air inside the balloon has the same density as the air outside of the balloon, and the balloon itself weighs 1.41mN. How many

    asked by Anonymous on January 30, 2012
  8. Chemistry

    You have two gas-filled balloons, one containing He and the other H2. The H2 balloon is twice the size of the He balloon (let the He balloon have a volume of 1 -L and the H2 balloon. a volume of 2 L). The pressure of gas in the H2

    asked by Bria on February 19, 2012
  9. interoduction of aeronautical engineering

    Others say that the balloon was 23 metres high and 14 metres wide. Calculate the temperature of the air in the balloon (in degrees Celsius) for this situation as well. (Assume the balloon to be spherical, and then elongated by a

    asked by Shivam on July 14, 2015
  10. Related Rates

    (A poignant problem) A 3-foot-tall observer holds a balloon 1 foot in front of her face. Experimentally, the observer releases the balloon and watches as it rises vertically at 5 feet per second. 2 seconds after releasing the the

    asked by chan on March 2, 2017

More Similar Questions