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1. Area Created Dr. A. Dávila

2. AREA Earth’s diameter measures 7,926 mi. Area is equal to ¶ times square of radius Jupiter’s diameter measures 88,736 mi.

3. AREA Earth’s diameter measures 7,926 mi. Area is equal to ¶ times square of radius The radius is equal half the diameter Jupiter’s diameter measures 88,736 mi.

4. AREA Earth’s radius measures 3,963 mi. Area is equal to ¶ times square of radius A = ¶r radius 44,368 2 Jupiter’s radius measures 44,368 mi.

5. AREA Earth’s area is equal to ¶ times 3,963 2 Area is equal to ¶ times square of radius A = ¶r radius 44,368 2 2 Jupiter’s area is equal to ¶ times 44,368

6. AREA Earth’s area is equal to 49,314,859 sq. mi. radius 44,368 2 A = ¶r Jupiter’s area is equal to 6,181,150,991 sq. mi.

7. AREA Earth’s area is equal to 49,314,859 sq. mi. radius 44,368 Jupiter’s area is about 125 times larger than Earth’s Jupiter’s area is equal to 6,181,150,991 sq. mi.

8. Volume of a Sphere Earth’s radius measures 3,963 mi. Volume is equal 4/3 times ¶ times cube of radius V = 4/3 ¶ r radius 44,368 3 Jupiter’s radius measures 44,368 mi.

9. Size Comparisons Between Planets http://science.nationalgeographic.com/science/space/solar-system/uranus-article.html