Iron ball

The iron ball has a weight of 100 kilograms. Calculate the volume, radius, and surface if the iron's density is h = 7.6g/cm3.

Result

V =  13.158 dm3
r =  1.465 dm
S =  26.97 dm2

Solution:

m=100 kg h=7600 kg/m3  m=hV  V1=m/h=100/76001760.0132 m3  V=V1dm3=V1 1000 dm3=13.15789 dm3=13.158 dm3m=100 \ \text{kg} \ \\ h=7600 \ \text{kg/m}^3 \ \\ \ \\ m=h V \ \\ \ \\ V_{ 1 }=m/h=100/7600 \doteq \dfrac{ 1 }{ 76 } \doteq 0.0132 \ \text{m}^3 \ \\ \ \\ V=V_{ 1 } \rightarrow dm^3=V_{ 1 } \cdot \ 1000 \ dm^3=13.15789 \ dm^3=13.158 \ \text{dm}^3
V=43 π r3  r=V 34π3=13.1579 34 3.141631.46451.465 dmV=\dfrac{ 4 }{ 3 } \cdot \ \pi \cdot \ r^3 \ \\ \ \\ r=\sqrt[3]{ \dfrac{ V \cdot \ 3 }{ 4 \pi } }=\sqrt[3]{ \dfrac{ 13.1579 \cdot \ 3 }{ 4 \cdot \ 3.1416 } } \doteq 1.4645 \doteq 1.465 \ \text{dm}
S=4π r2=4 3.1416 1.4645226.970326.97 dm2S=4 \pi \cdot \ r^2=4 \cdot \ 3.1416 \cdot \ 1.4645^2 \doteq 26.9703 \doteq 26.97 \ \text{dm}^2



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