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The surface area of sphere A is 96% more than the surfacde area of sphere B.  The volume of sphere A is r% more than the volume of sphere B.  What is the value of r?

 May 21, 2020
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"The surface area of sphere A is 96% more than the surfacde area of sphere B.  The volume of sphere A is r% more than the volume of sphere B.  What is the value of r?"

 

 May 21, 2020
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There has been a request for further explanation on this one.

 

\(\frac{S_A}{S_B}=\left( \frac{R_A}{R_B} \right)^2\\~\\means\\~\\ \frac{Surface\:area\;of\:A}{Surface\:area\;of\:B}=\left( \frac{Radius\:of\:A}{Radius\:of\:B} \right)^2 \)

 Nov 28, 2020

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