The diagram shows a cube with edges of length x cm and a sphere of radius 3cm

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**cube**. Say they both have a volume of 1000cm3. First the**cube**Could measure 10cm by 10cm by 10cm So surface area = 6**x**100 = 600cm3 Now the**sphere**1000cm3 = 4/3 π r3 r = 6.20350490899. Surface area = 4π r2 = 4**x**π**x**6.2030504908992 = 483.52673998cm3. So the**cube**has a higher surface area. Share. answered Oct 6, 2013 at 15:27.- Practice: Volume of
**spheres**Volume of**Spheres**10 October 10, 2014 The**sphere**has a diameter of 87 feet V = 4 3 π r 3 Level 2 - Use the width times height times**length**formula to find the volume of cuboids [The volume V of a**sphere**with**radius**r is V = 4 3 𝜋𝑟3] [5] 16 [The volume V of a**sphere**with**radius**r is V = 4 3 𝜋𝑟3] [5] 16. - See also Area of a Sector In particular, the way we will find the area of the circle is to note the following: for a point (
**X**,Y) to be inside of a circle**of radius**1, its distance from the origin (**X**2 +Y 2 ) will be less than or equal to 1 It is three calculators in one**x**is in this case the**length**of the rectangle while y is the width of the ... - Surface area of
**cube****with****x****cm****edge****length**= Surface area of**sphere****with****radius**r = k**cm**is Thus, we get: (took positive value out of the root since**x**cannot be negative as it represents**length****of****the****edge****of****a****cube**which cannot be a negative quantity).