In NCAA softball, the softball is a sphere with a circumference between 11.88 and 12.13 inches [in] and a mass between 177 and 198 grams [g). You find a ball and determine the mass is 180 grams [g] and the specific gravity is 0.32. While this specific gravity seems low for a solid, the ball is not made of a completely solid material but is instead filled with a sponge-like substance. Determine the radius of the ball you found and report the value in units of inches [in]. E Click the icon to view the table of common derived units in the SI system. E Click the icon to view the conversion table.

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In NCAA softball, the softball is a sphere with a circumference between 11.88 and 12.13 inches [in] and a mass between 177 and 198 grams [g). You find a ball and
determine the mass is 180 grams [g] and the specific gravity is 0.32. While this specific gravity seems low for a solid, the ball is not made of a completely solid
material but is instead filled with a
sponge-like substance. Determine the radius of the ball you found and report the value in units of inches [in].
E Click the icon to view the table of common derived units in the SI system.
E Click the icon to view the conversion table.
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In NCAA softball, the softball is a sphere with a circumference between 11.88 and 12.13 inches [in] and a mass between 177 and 198 grams [g). You find a ball and determine the mass is 180 grams [g] and the specific gravity is 0.32. While this specific gravity seems low for a solid, the ball is not made of a completely solid material but is instead filled with a sponge-like substance. Determine the radius of the ball you found and report the value in units of inches [in]. E Click the icon to view the table of common derived units in the SI system. E Click the icon to view the conversion table.