Volume of a Sphere using 22/7 as Pi

Question


I get how to find the volume of a sphere using 3.14 as Pi but I can't figure out how to use 22/7 the equation is 4/3 Pi rcubed the radius is 6 3/4 and PI is 22/7 help!

Answer

Since it is already known that the volume of a sphere is 4/3 Pi radius cubed, all that is left is to replace all the variables in the formula.

STEP 1: First, the formula:

V = 4/3 Pi radius cubed

STEP 2: Replace the variables in the formula:

V = 4/3 * 22/7 * (6 3/4)^3

STEP 3: Solve the formula:

88/21 * (307 35/64) = 72171/56 = 1288 43/56

Don't forget to include the unit of the radius!

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