# Manuel bought a balloon (that is a perfect sphere) with a radius of 2 \text{ cm}2 cm2, space, c, m. He wanted his balloon to be bigger, so he blew 222 big breaths of air into the balloon. Each big breath increased the balloon's radius by 1 \text{ cm}1 cm1, space, c, m. What is the ratio of the current volume of the balloon to the original volume of the balloon?

2 months ago

## Solution 1

Guest #9501
2 months ago

The ratio of the current volume of the balloon to the original volume of the balloon is 8.

### What is the volume of a sphere?

The volume of a sphere is given by (4\3)πr³ where r is the radius of the sphere.

The initial volume of the balloon =

The initial volume of the balloon =

Radius of the balloon after first breath = 2+1 =3cm

The Radius of the balloon after the second breath = 2+2=4cm

So, the new volume of the balloon =

The new volume of the balloon =

The ratio of new volume to the initial volume =

The ratio of new volume to the initial volume =8

Hence, the ratio of the current volume of the balloon to the original volume of the balloon is 8.

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## Solution 2

Guest #9502
2 months ago

8 times

Step-by-step explanation:

I found the volume of the sphere. Then increased it how many times he blew. That was the ratio.

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