Would it just be half the volume? So, C?
Please explain thoroughly.
Unfortunately...it's not true that half the radius would mean half the volume
Let's find the original radius
904.32 = (4/3) pi * r^3 divide both sides by (4/3)pi
______ = r^3
215.89 = r^3
Take the cube root
6 = r^3
Half of this = 3
So...the volume of a ball with half of the original radius is
(4/3) pi (3)^3 =
36 pi = 113.09 in^3 ...the answer that is closest is
[ The slight difference may be due to using 3.14 for pi ]