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Formula for the Volume of a Sphere

A sphere is a three-dimensional shape that has no corners. It is perfectly symmetrical and every point on the sphere is the same distance from the central point. Round balls are shaped like spheres. The earth is a spheroid -- it is sphere-like. The North...
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