# A hemispherical pond is filled with 523.908 m3 of water. Find the maximum depth of pond.

Given.

Volume of hemisphere = 523.908 m3

Formula used/Theory.

Volume of hemisphere = πr3

As maximum depth is height of pound

But in case of hemisphere radius is height of pound

πr3 = × r3 = volume

Volume = 523.908 m3

Equating both

× r3 = 523.908 m3

× r3 = 523.908 m3

r3 =

r3 = 250.047 m3

r = (250.047 m3)

r = 6.3 m

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