The volume of air inside a rubber ball with radius r can be found using the function v (r) = 4/3 πr3. What does v[5/7] represent?

a. the radius of the rubber ball when the volome equals 5/7 cubic feet

b. the volome of the rubber ball when the radius equals 5/7 feet

c. that the volume of the rubber ball is 5 cubic feet when the radius is 7 feet

d. that the volume of the rubber ball is 7 cubic feet when the radius is 5 feet

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  1. Jaxiel
    The volume of the rubber ball when the radius equals 5/7 feet thats the answer
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