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**Area**Created Dr. A. Dávila**AREA**Earth’s diameter measures 7,926 mi. Area is equal to ¶ times square of radius Jupiter’s diameter measures 88,736 mi.**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.**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.**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**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.**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.**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.**Size Comparisons Between Planets**http://science.nationalgeographic.com/science/space/solar-system/uranus-article.html