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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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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