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^{-3}, what would its radius be? How does this compare to Earth's radius.

I need Help =\

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I need Help =\

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What have you tried?

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and use the formula for volume of a sphere to get r? IDK

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Sounds like a good plan.

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10 x 5.97 x 10

then convert from Kg to g 1kg= 1000g

5.97x 10

volume of a sphere= (4/3) pi r

5.97x 10

im not to sure how to isolate R

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ok so it would be

m=d 4/3 pi r^{3}

then m/ d(4/3)pi =r^{3} ?

then r = cubed root of that anwser?

m=d 4/3 pi r

then m/ d(4/3)pi =r

then r = cubed root of that anwser?

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Yes, that looks good.

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