What is the surface area of a sphere with a radius of 60 m?

Apr 14, 2015

Surface Area formula is as follows:

$S A = 4 \setminus \pi {r}^{2}$

Plugging in 60m for r, we get:

$S A = 4 \setminus \pi \cdot 602$
$S A = 4 \setminus \pi \cdot 3600$
$S A = 14400 \setminus \pi$ or $S A = 45238.9342$

Apr 14, 2015

Surface Area formula is as follows:

$S A = 4 \setminus \pi {r}^{2}$

Plugging in 60m for r, we get:

$S A = 4 \setminus \pi \cdot 602$
$S A = 4 \setminus \pi \cdot 3600$
$S A = 14400 \setminus \pi$ or $S A = 45238.9342$

Apr 14, 2015

Surface Area formula is as follows:

$S A = 4 \setminus \pi {r}^{2}$

Plugging in 60m for r, we get:

$S A = 4 \setminus \pi \cdot 602$
$S A = 4 \setminus \pi \cdot 3600$
$S A = 14400 \setminus \pi$ or $S A = 45238.9342$

Apr 14, 2015

Surface Area formula is as follows:

$S A = 4 \setminus \pi {r}^{2}$

Plugging in 60m for r, we get:

$S A = 4 \setminus \pi \cdot 602$
$S A = 4 \setminus \pi \cdot 3600$
$S A = 14400 \setminus \pi$ or $S A = 45238.9342$

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