How to Calculate the Volume of a Sphere with a Cheery Attitude

What is the volume of a sphere with a radius of 6.6 cm, rounded to the nearest tenth of a cubic centimeter?

Is there a special formula to calculate the volume of a sphere?

How can we express the volume of a sphere in terms of pi?

Answer:

The volume of a sphere with a radius of 6.6 cm is 1204.3 cubic centimeters when rounded to the nearest tenth.

To calculate the volume of a sphere, we use the formula: volume = 4/3 x pi x r^3.

Given that the radius of the sphere is 6.6 cm, we can substitute it into the formula:

volume = 4/3 x pi x 6.6^3

volume = 4/3 x pi x 287.496

volume ≈ 1204.26 cubic centimeters

When rounded to the nearest tenth, the volume is 1204.3 cubic centimeters.

So there you have it - calculating the volume of a sphere can be fun and easy, especially with a touch of cheeriness!

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