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# 3d geometry

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Kadin makes a snowman by stacking snowballs of radius 2 inches, 3 inches, and 6 inches. Assuming all his snowballs are spherical, what is the total volume of snow he uses, in cubic inches? Express your answer in terms of pi .

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The answer to this is $4*2^2 \pi + 4*3^2 \pi + 4* 6^2 \pi$. This is then $196 pi$  $inches^3$. Also plz next tie use a calculator, plz do not take time out for other people. Thx!

Mar 8, 2021
edited by Feezbio201902  Mar 8, 2021
edited by Feezbio201902  Mar 8, 2021
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Volume of a sphere = 4/3  pi r3

4/3 pi (  2+ 33  + 63)  =  334.67 pi  in3

Mar 8, 2021
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Oh shoot I messed up, well gotta double my does now.

Mar 8, 2021
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No worries..... I mess up all of the time!   It is how ya learn.....

ElectricPavlov  Mar 8, 2021