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1. Volume - HMC Calculus Tutorial
Informally speaking, if we "slice" the sphere vertically into discs, each disc having infinitesimal thickness \$dx\$, the ...
www.math.hmc.edu/calculus/tutorials/volume/
2. Calculator for Volume and Diameter of a Solid Sphere - Handy Math
This calculator calculates for the volume and diameter of a solid sphere. Enter any one value and leave the value to be calculated ...
www.handymath.com/cgi-bin/solidsphere.cgi%3Fsubmit%3DEntry
3. ABE VOLUME CALCULATORS, SPHERE
CALCULATE VOLUME OF SPHERE. Enter a known value in the form below and press the "CALCULATE" button. This calculator ignores ...
www.abe.msstate.edu/~fto/tools/vol/sphere.html
4. Problem 311: The Volume of a Hypersphere - Space Math @ NASA
89. The Volume of a Hypersphere. This spherical propellant tank is an important component of testing for the Altair lunar lander, an ...
spacemath.gsfc.nasa.gov/weekly/6Page89.pdf
5. 6.1 Volumes by Slicing
Example 2: We'll next use Cavalieri's principle to derive the formula for the volume of a sphere of radius R. Imagine a sphere of ...
www2.bc.cc.ca.us/resperic/Math6A/Lectures/ch6/1/VolumeSlicing.htm
6. The Volume of a Sphere
Archimedes Discovers the Volume of a Sphere. Archimedes balanced a cylinder, a sphere, and a cone. All of the dimensions shown in blue are ...
physics.weber.edu/carroll/archimedes/method1.htm
7. Ball in a Box
Baseballs and other spherical objects are often packed in boxes that are cubes. What percentage of the volume of a cubic box does a ...
www.math.nmsu.edu/~breakingaway/Lessons/ballbox1/ballbox.html
8. (856,#23) Use polar coordinates to find the volume of a sphere
(856,#23) Use polar coordinates to find the volume of a sphere of radius a. The domain in the xy plane: Solution: equation of a sphere: ...
www.math.ucla.edu/~ronmiech/Calculus_Problems/32B/chap13/section4/856d23/856_23.html
9. Sphere -- from Wolfram MathWorld
Of course, topologists would regard this equation as instead describing an (n-1) - sphere. The volume of the sphere, V=4piR^3/3 ...
mathworld.wolfram.com/Sphere.html
10. Volume of a Sphere - Web Formulas
A sphere is a three-dimensional solid with no base, no edge, no face and no vertex. sphere is a round body with all points on its ...
www.web-formulas.com/Math_Formulas/Geometry_Volume_of_Sphere.aspx
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