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 A mythical soccer ball 2011-10-27 From Joel:We've been working on this problem diligently and can't seem to come up with the answer book's answer. We think it may be wrong, yet want to check it with an expert. Here goes. The school's new soccer balls are covered with 64 regular hexagonal panels. Each hexagon measures 2 inches between opposite corners and 1.5 inches between opposite sides. What is the total surface area of the soccer ball?Answered by Robert Dawson and Lorraine Dame. The volume of a soccer ball 2007-11-25 From Ria:A student of me is working on a paper about soccer and math/physics. He wants to calculate the volume of the ball, which is composed of 5- and 6-sided pyramids. We are looking after a formula to express the volume of these pyramids in function of the radius of the ball (and if possible how we can derive this formula). Afterwards we'll try to calculate the difference with the volume of a sphere with radius r.Answered by Stephen La Rocque. The radius of a soccor ball 2006-05-05 From Jacqui:A soccer ball is made up of hexagons and pentagons with the same side lengths. A manufacturer wants to produce a ball of certain diameter. The questions that follows is what side length for the polygons will produce a ball of certain diameter.Answered by Chris Fisher.

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