its kind of loud to me. I need to move to the country.

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Then go ahead.....

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pi x the square of the radius (whatever amount that is)

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I think your maths base is so bad.....
Sorry

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lol your right thats a circle not a sphere. *facepalm*

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yeah its on the third shelf between the volumes ear and earthworm thank you for asking

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The pic what you have in your ID, Can you define it's area?

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errr by the seaside

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Tell its area?

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Just define what it means? It's the amount of space it takes up. (1.1 x10^21 m^3)

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Just use your mind and am sure you will get..........

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4/3 pi x the cube of the radius.

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Would you please define the whole theory?

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It's more of a formula than a theory. You measure (or in this case, google) the radius of the earth, then multiply it by itself twice. Divide pi by 3 then multiply by 4. Multiply the result of both of these actions and you'll have your answer.

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You just approaching to ans. but can't touching it.....
Sorry

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The difficulty you're having is that you have definitions confused with explanations, and proven formulas confused with theory. My answer is fine. Your question is faulty. Sorry, but it's true.

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269 593 366 780 586 km3 (square kilometres) using chipsters correct formula (wish the calc had let me paste that.) starting radius 40 075 km

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I will prove that am right and you are little bit right....
Can I?

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Nice one, cuddles :o)

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