# Sphere

Intersect between plane and a sphere is a circle with a radius of 60 mm. Cone whose base is this circle and whose apex is at the center of the sphere has a height of 34 mm. Calculate the surface area and volume of a sphere.

Result

S =  597.66 cm2
V =  1373.89 cm3

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