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The radius of the large sphere is double the radius of the small sphere. How many times is the volume of the large sphere than the small sphere?

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Kristi Hammond on April 7, 2018

Given:the Radius of the large sphere: R1Volume sphere: V1Radius of the small sphere: R2Volume sphere: V2R1=2R2We know that:the Volume of a sphere: 4/3nR^3Volume of the large sphere: 4/3nR1^3Now we know that R1=2R2(since)the volume of the large sphere(V1) 32/3nR2^3.The volume of the small sphere(V2): 4/3nR2^3.Ratio of the volume of the large sphere to small sphere is 8:1.


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