## Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere given Curved Surface Area Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere = 9/(2*sqrt(Curved Surface Area of Hemisphere/(2*pi)))
RA/V = 9/(2*sqrt(CSA/(2*pi)))
This formula uses 1 Constants, 1 Functions, 2 Variables
Constants Used
pi - Archimedes' constant Value Taken As 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288
Functions Used
sqrt - Square root function, sqrt(Number)
Variables Used
Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere - (Measured in 1 per Meter) - Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere is the numerical ratio of the total surface area of Hemisphere to the volume of Hemisphere.
Curved Surface Area of Hemisphere - (Measured in Square Meter) - Curved Surface Area of Hemisphere is the quantity of plane enclosed on the curved surfaces (that is the bottom face is excluded) of the Hemisphere.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Curved Surface Area of Hemisphere: 160 Square Meter --> 160 Square Meter No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
RA/V = 9/(2*sqrt(CSA/(2*pi))) --> 9/(2*sqrt(160/(2*pi)))
Evaluating ... ...
RA/V = 0.891748641961352
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
0.891748641961352 1 per Meter --> No Conversion Required
0.891748641961352 0.891749 1 per Meter <-- Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere
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## < 6 Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere Calculators

Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere given Curved Surface Area
Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere = 9/(2*sqrt(Curved Surface Area of Hemisphere/(2*pi)))
Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere given Total Surface Area
Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere = 9/(2*sqrt(Total Surface Area of Hemisphere/(3*pi)))
Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere given Volume
Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere = 9/(2*((3*Volume of Hemisphere)/(2*pi))^(1/3))
Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere given Circumference
Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere = (9*pi)/Circumference of Hemisphere
Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere
Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere = 9/(2*Radius of Hemisphere)
Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere given Diameter
Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere = 9/Diameter of Hemisphere

## Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere given Curved Surface Area Formula

Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere = 9/(2*sqrt(Curved Surface Area of Hemisphere/(2*pi)))
RA/V = 9/(2*sqrt(CSA/(2*pi)))

## What is a Hemisphere?

A sphere is defined as a set of points in three-dimension, and all the points lying on the surface is equidistant from the centre. When a plane cuts across the sphere at the centre or equal parts, it forms a Hemisphere. We can say, a Hemisphere is exactly half of a sphere.

## How to Calculate Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere given Curved Surface Area?

Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere given Curved Surface Area calculator uses Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere = 9/(2*sqrt(Curved Surface Area of Hemisphere/(2*pi))) to calculate the Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere, The Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere given Curved Surface Area formula is defined as the numerical ratio of the total surface area of Hemisphere to the volume of Hemisphere, and calculated using the curved surface area of Hemisphere. Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere is denoted by RA/V symbol.

How to calculate Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere given Curved Surface Area using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere given Curved Surface Area, enter Curved Surface Area of Hemisphere (CSA) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere given Curved Surface Area calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.891749 = 9/(2*sqrt(160/(2*pi))).

### FAQ

What is Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere given Curved Surface Area?
The Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere given Curved Surface Area formula is defined as the numerical ratio of the total surface area of Hemisphere to the volume of Hemisphere, and calculated using the curved surface area of Hemisphere and is represented as RA/V = 9/(2*sqrt(CSA/(2*pi))) or Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere = 9/(2*sqrt(Curved Surface Area of Hemisphere/(2*pi))). Curved Surface Area of Hemisphere is the quantity of plane enclosed on the curved surfaces (that is the bottom face is excluded) of the Hemisphere.
How to calculate Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere given Curved Surface Area?
The Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere given Curved Surface Area formula is defined as the numerical ratio of the total surface area of Hemisphere to the volume of Hemisphere, and calculated using the curved surface area of Hemisphere is calculated using Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere = 9/(2*sqrt(Curved Surface Area of Hemisphere/(2*pi))). To calculate Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere given Curved Surface Area, you need Curved Surface Area of Hemisphere (CSA). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Curved Surface Area of Hemisphere and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere?
In this formula, Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere uses Curved Surface Area of Hemisphere. We can use 5 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere = 9/(2*Radius of Hemisphere)
• Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere = 9/Diameter of Hemisphere
• Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere = 9/(2*sqrt(Total Surface Area of Hemisphere/(3*pi)))
• Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere = 9/(2*((3*Volume of Hemisphere)/(2*pi))^(1/3))
• Surface to Volume Ratio of Hemisphere = (9*pi)/Circumference of Hemisphere Let Others Know