# Initially, A yoga ball is partially blown up and its surface area measured. Afterwards, it is filled completely and its...

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Initially, A yoga ball is partially blown up and its surface area measured. Afterwards, it is filled completely and its surface area is found to be 1.60 times as big as it was recorded earlier. By what factor has its volume changed?
By what percentage has the radius changed?

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