# The Earth

The Earth's surface is 510,000,000 km2. Calculates the radius, equator length, and volume of the Earth, assuming the Earth has the shape of a sphere.

r =  6370.5973 km
o =  40027.6436 km
V =  1083001548067.1 km3

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