What Is the Volume of a Tennis Ball?

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A tennis ball refers to a ball designed for the tennis sport and has a diameter of approximately 6.7 cm. The volume of a tennis ball is about 8.2 centimetres cubed. A tennis ball is considered a sphere and the formula of finding a sphere is 4/3*pi*r^3.
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I think it is 4.2 cubic inches
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The volume of the inside of a tennis ball is 4/3*pi (pi=3.14) inches^3 = 4.2 inches^3. (You would say this as 4.2 cubic inches of open space.)
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The volume of air inside a tennis ball is about 4.2 cubic inches, and
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16th Century. Early tennis balls were made from wool wrapped in sheep or goat stomachs and held together with rope. 1870s. In the 1870s, lawn tennis balls were made from rubber manufactured
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