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The diameter d of a sphere is twice the radius r. The volume of the sphere as a function of its radius is given by
|V(r) = r".
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a. Write the diameter d of the sphere as a function of the radius r.
b. Write the radius r as a function of the diameter d.
c. Find (V • r)(d) and interpret its meaning.
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The diameter d of a sphere is twice the radius r. The volume of the sphere as a function of its radius is given by |V(r) = r". 4 a. Write the diameter d of the sphere as a function of the radius r. b. Write the radius r as a function of the diameter d. c. Find (V • r)(d) and interpret its meaning.