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how to find the diameter of a planet in cubic miles from the volume?

 Feb 12, 2019
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Cubic miles = (4/3)pi * radius^3        divide both sides by (4/3)pi

 

Cubic Miles / [ (4/3)pi ] = radius^3          take the cube root of both sides

 

( Cubic Miles / [ (4/3)pi) ] ) ^(1/3)  = radius

 

Double the radius and this will be the diameter

 

 

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 Feb 12, 2019

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