# 2 spheres of radius 3 m, 3 cylinder of radius 2 m, height 3 meter and 2 cones of radius 2 m, height 4 m are melted...

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2 solid spheres of radius 3 m, 3 solid cylinder of radius 2 m, height 3 meter and 2 solid cones of radius 2 m, height 4 m are melted to form a bigger solid sphere. What is the radius of this bigger solid sphere in meters?

posted Jul 12, 2017

Volume of 2 spheres with radius 3m = 113.1*2 = 226.2m³
Volume of 3 Cylinders of radius 2m and height 3m = 37.7*3 = 113.1m³
Volume of 2 solid cones of radius 2m, height 4m =16.76*2 = 33.51m³
Total volume of the larger sphere after melting = 226.2+113.1+33.51 = 372.81m³
Therefore the Radius of this larger Sphere = 4.46m.

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