We have to compare the volume of the first sphere with the volume of the
We have to compare the volume of the first sphere with the volume of the third sphere.
Take the ratio of the volumes.
Taking the ratio of the volumes of the third sphere and the first sphere,
When the radius is tripled the volume of the sphere increases 27 times.
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