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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Candy Mania Volume is the quantity of three-dimensional space enclosed by some closed boundary Volume for Spheres, Cones, and Cylinders Example: The volume of a rectangle prism a x b x c The formula for the area of a circle is 3.14 x r square The volume for the Shperes , Cones, Cylinders We think that the volume of a cone with the dimensions of a cylinder will be 1/3 of the size of the cylinder The diameter of the cone is 6 and the height is 7 3 x 3 = 9 9 x 7= 63 63 x 3.14 = 197.82 197.82 divided 1/3 is 65.94 I compared the volume of the sphere and the cylinder and the sphere is larger than the cylinder by 228.435 , because of the formula of the sphere it is times by r 3 times so that's why the sphere is bigger than the cylinder, Project by Daisy and Audel I think the volume of a sphere would be 294.375 Real world problem for sphere's are find the volume of asphere that has a radius of 6 is that you mutiply 3/4 and 3.14 and then you mutiply 6 3 times and you got your answer and it is 881.712 The height of our containers are 6 in. and the base is 3 in. The sphere is height is 6 in. and the diameter is 6 in. The real world problem The volume of the cylinder 3.14*r squared*height. The height of the cylinder is 6 and the radius is 3. 3.14 * 3 squared is 28.26 28.26 * 6 is 169.56 . The volume of the cylinder is 169.56 the height of our cone is 6 in the radius is 3 in. 6x6=3636+6=4242x3.14=131.88131.88 divided by 3 is 43.96
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