Spheres
Faces:
1 continuous, curved surface

Edges:
0

Vertices:
0

Volume:
V=(4/3)x(Pi)x(R^3). R is the radius of the sphere.

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A sphere is a shape in space that is like the surface of a ball. Most of the time ...
Examples of these are basketballs, superballs, and playground balls. A sphere is
...

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Golf balls, though they are covered with dimples, so they are approximately
spheres, not perfectly. Softballs and baseballs. But they have ...

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Some examples of a sphere are: Earth; the Moon; basketballs; soccer ball; world
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The processes that move matter and energy from one sphere to another are ...
Several examples of sphere interactions can be inferred from this photograph:.

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Of all the shapes, a sphere has the smallest surface area for a volume. ...
Example: if you blow up a balloon it naturally forms a sphere because it is trying
to hold ...

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A sphere is a round-shaped object in three-dimensional space. All points on a
sphere's surface are the same distance from its center point. Some examples of a
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Mar 12, 2012 ... In the beginning, the kids will call spheres "circles" and cubes ... Then we think of
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The definition of a sphere is a ball shape where the surface is the same distance
from the center at all points or a level of society. An example of a sphere is a ...