I really do not know, but I know that a Basketball is shape as a sphere so use the volume of sphere.
you weigh it
If you are asking about encyclopedias, it would be in the B volume.
find the volume of the basketball using the formula 4/3 * phi * radius3since the volume of the mercury inside the basketball equals the volume of the basketball, find the weight by calculang density (13.6) * the basketball's volumemake sure you do the calculations in the correct measurement
The diameter of a basketball is about 9.5 inches. Find the volume of air inside it in cubic centimeters .Neglect the thickness of the ball.(Note:1in=2.54cm) Step 1. Let D=diameter of basketball, then radius r is D/2 or r=4.75 inches Step 2. Volume of Sphere is Step 3.
edmond from Wisconsin says that the volume of a bball is 439.506.
No. A sphere has the smallest surface to volume ratio possible and a basketball is nearly spherical in shape (it has surface dimpling and seams).
10987658 cubic feet
The volume formula is: 4/3 times pi times radius cubed
It depends on what you want to find the volume of!
Yes, you can find the volume of an oval.
wher do you find the volume of a magazine?
TOM CRAPPER LIVING STONE
formula of find the volume of dish
You can find the volume of an irregular object by splitting it into shapes that you can find the volume for. Triangles are easiest.
You times the length by the width by the height to find volume. To find the density do mass divided by volume.
You find the length and height of the shape, them you find the volume
find the volume of the shape first and then take away the volume of the holes
You cannot find density without volume. Density = mass/volume
You find the circumference ny measuring around the whole basketball in centimeters. Juliana
There is not a single size for a basketball. Even the official NBA ball can have a circumference between 24.1 cm and 25.0 cm. This implies a volume of between 236.4 and 263.9 cubic centimetres (or millilitres).
The volume of the water displaced is equal to the volume of this object. Measuring the volume of the water displaced we find the volume of the object.
One Does not Simply find the Mass of a Basketball