what complicates things is they don't give you alot of info...besides increasing the sphere's diameter and volume by 4x in separate instances, you have no numbers to go by...what formulas would i use to solve this problem, or how do i find out the volume and linear dimension of the wire?
physics 40s scaling and proportions .....please help
the physics of a wire supporting a sphere...
A wire of .2cm in diameter is just strong enough to support a steel sphere. What must the diameter of the wire be if the following changes are made to the sphere?
A. new sphere has 4x the...