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A spherical balloon originally had a radius of x centimeters. The ball

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I have a question here, why is it wrong that I elevated the whole expression to the thrid (x-(1-a/100))^3?
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lg800 wrote:
Any suggestions on ways to do this by plugging in?

­You could just choose values for x and a but because of the complexity of the formula for volume here, I don't think it would make it much easier
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