# Volume of the Hemisphere

A hemisphere is half of a full sphere and the volume of a hemisphere is equal to two thirds multiplied by pi multiplied by radius to the power 3. This gives suggestion that calculate the volume of a sphere for the given radius and divide the answer by 2 to find the volume of the hemisphere.

The following in the formula to find the volume of the hemisphere.

## Example

Calculate the volume of the hemisphere with a radius of 3cm.

*Using the formula…*

The answer is 56.55 cm³.

Simple as that.

can you please answer this:

a hemispherical container contains water to a depth of 10cm. if the volume of the water inside the container is 5000pi/3cm^3 , find the diameter of the vessel.

please answer this with complete solutions.

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This is simple, but you must show that you tried before we can help. So that we can see where you got stuck. The volume of the hemisphere described above has “r” for radius. So you will first need to find the radius by rearranging.

Sorry for the late reply. I must have missed this.

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