# By: Ashley, Kelsey, Devin, Jarred, Shaq. Surface area formula  SA=4πr^2 Finding a radius  EX. SA=30in plug it back into formula  SA=4πr^2  30in=4πr^2.

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By: Ashley, Kelsey, Devin, Jarred, Shaq

Surface area formula  SA=4πr^2 Finding a radius  EX. SA=30in plug it back into formula  SA=4πr^2  30in=4πr^2 divide by 4π to both sides  2.38in=r^2 then your Square root  2.38in=√r^2  R=1.55in  Now plugging it back into the formula to find SA  SA=4πr^2  SA=4π(1.55in)^2  SA=30in^2 Remember to square your units cause its SA

Volume Formula V=4/3πr^3 Finding the radius EX. V=60cm V=4/3πr^3 Plug in 60 for V 60cm=4/3πr^3 Divide by 4/3π to both sides 14.3239cm=r^3 Then you Cube root 2.42cm=r Plugging It back in. V=4/3πr^3 V=4/3π(2.42)^3 V=60 And remember if you have a diameter of 16 or any number to find radius just divide by 2

MM2G4B Determining the effect on surface area and volume of changing the radius of a sphere.

Surface area When you double the radius the surface area changes by a multiple of 4 So, when you triple the radius the surface area changes by a multiple of 9  Double (2) radius  X4  Triple (3) radius  X9

Volume If you double the radius the volume changes to a multiple of 8 So, if you triple the radius the volume changes to a multiple of 27  Double (2) radius  X8  Triple (3) radius  X27

Examples of surface area SA=4πr² R=1 SA=4π(1)² SA=4π1 SA=4π SA=12.6 Double it R=2 SA=4π(2)² SA=4π4 SA=16π SA=50.3 12.6 x 4 SA=50.4

Examples of Volume V=4πr³/3 R=4 V=4π(4)³/3 V=85.3 Double it r=8 V=4π(8)³/3 V=682.7 V=85.3 x 8=682.4

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