# SOLUTION: I need to fill bowls with candy. Each bowl is 14 inches high and 16 inches at it's widest point. How do I calculate how much I need to fill bowls? The formula 4/3 times pie times

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Bodies-in-space Question 442627: I need to fill bowls with candy. Each bowl is 14 inches high and 16 inches at it's widest point. How do I calculate how much I need to fill bowls? The formula 4/3 times pie times radius cubed gave me about 2144.66. What does that mean? Answer by stanbon(57301)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!I need to fill bowls with candy. Each bowl is 14 inches high and 16 inches at it's widest point. How do I calculate how much I need to fill bowls? The formula 4/3 times pie times radius cubed gave me about 2144.66. What does that mean? ---------------------- V = (4/3)pi*r^3 is the volume of a sphere. Maybe each of your bowls is close to half a sphere with an estimated radius of 14 in. If so the volume of 2 of the bowls would be approximately 11495 in^3 ----------------------- Cheers, Stan H.