Volume of Spheres with Proof

The figure shows a hemisphere of radius [i]r[/i] and a cylinder of base radius and height [i]r[/i] with an inverted cone of the same height and base radius removed. Drag the red point to see the cross-sections of the two solids at a height [i]h[/i].[br](a) Express [i]x[/i] and [i]y[/i] in terms of [i]r[/i] and [i]h[/i].[br](b) Are the cross-sections equal in area?[br](c) Hence show that the volume of the sphere of radius [i]r[/i] is 4/3 π [i]r[/i]³.

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