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A=4*Pi*R2
I hate math.
Shouldn't the answer be 15386?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skVrRuhwJjM#t=1m46s
I hate math.
Shouldn't the answer be 15386?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skVrRuhwJjM#t=1m46s
Ah, thanks.You should use a more precise value than 3.14. His answer is consistent with a more precise value for pi.
Ah, thanks.
And exactly why I hate math.
I have that one down pat.the only math you need to know is 1 + 1 = 3
the only math you need to know is 1 + 1 = 3
lol this.You mean surface area?
Yes.You mean surface area?
Yes.
But since I am a math dunce, what other types of area are there in a sphere?
Area inside a sphere is volume. Area on the outside of a sphere is surface area. Then there's the area outside the sphere but within another confined space.Some people say area but mean volume.
I have a different formula for volume: V=4/3 Pi R2Some people say area but mean volume.
OK, I did see it referred to as "SA".Area inside a sphere is volume. Area on the outside of a sphere is surface area. Then there's the area outside the sphere but within another confined space.
"Area" alone is a bad term to use in this regard.
You take that back! You'll confuse Olds.Area inside a sphere is volume. Area on the outside of a sphere is surface area. Then there's the area outside the sphere but within another confined space.
"Area" alone is a bad term to use in this regard.
For an extra credit problem in HS calculus class I had to derive that formula except I did it correctly and came up with R^3.I have a different formula for volume: V=4/3 Pi R2
Haven't worked it though.
Area inside a sphere is volume. Area on the outside of a sphere is surface area. Then there's the area outside the sphere but within another confined space.
"Area" alone is a bad term to use in this regard.
the only math you need to know is 1 + 1 = 3
I used old man language. Where's my cane?You take that back! You'll confuse Olds.
Especially if you forget to use a condom. :whiste:
Who uses condoms? Waste of sex.
I'd be hard pressed to disagree, however I would also not put it past some teachers to make mistakes or use improper wording.Yes, but it's more incorrect to say area when meaning volume, so good faith dictates that we take this mistake as the omission of surface rather than the confusion between area and volume, negating the the need for the clarifying question, at least until further idiocy is detected in this specific regard.
In other words, asking him if he means surface area or volume is more asinine than him simply leave the word surface out of his sentence.
I'd be hard pressed to disagree, however I would also not put it past some teachers to make mistakes or use improper wording.
As someone else already noted (kinda), the correct equation for volume of a sphere is V = (4/3)*pi*r^3.I have a different formula for volume: V=4/3 Pi R2
Haven't worked it though.
As someone else already noted (kinda), the correct equation for volume of a sphere is V = (4/3)*pi*r^3.