Radius Given (In Terms of Pi)

These free volume of a sphere worksheets will help your students practice calculating the volume of a sphere by using a formula.  This set of problems features a graphic of a sphere and the length of the radius of the sphere is given. All of the radii are whole numbers.  Students are asked to give the volume “in terms of Pi”. These free volume of a sphere worksheets are printable and available in a variety of formats.  Of course, answer keys are provided as well.

Volume of a Sphere (In Terms of Pi) Worksheet 1 – This worksheet features images of 12 spheres. The radius of each sphere is provided, and you must calculate the volume in terms of Pi.
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Volume of a Sphere (In Terms of Pi) Worksheet 2 – This worksheet features images of 12 spheres. The radius of each sphere is provided, and you must calculate the volume in terms of Pi.
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Volume of a Sphere (In Terms of Pi) Worksheet 3 – This worksheet features images of 12 spheres. The radius of each sphere is provided, and you must calculate the volume in terms of Pi.
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