# Program to calculate Volume and Surface area of Hemisphere

Calculate volume and surface area of a hemisphere.
Hemisphere :
In geometry, it is an exact half of a sphere. We can find many of the real life examples of the hemispheres such as our planet Earth can be divided into two hemisphere the southern & northern hemispheres. Volume of Hemisphere : Volume of a Hemisphere is nothing but the amount of space occupied by the hemisphere. It is also defined as the quantity of three dimensional space enclosed by the boundary of the Hemisphere.

Surface area : The number of square units that will exactly cover the surface of a hemisphere.
surface area = volume = Examples :

Input :  Radius = 7
Output : Volume = 718.378
Surface Area = 307.876

Output : Volume = 2787.64
Surface Area = 760.265


## C++

 // CPP Program to calculate volume and  // and surface area of a Hemisphere.  #include  using namespace std;  // Initializing value of pi  #define pi 3.141592653589793     // Function to calculate volume  void volume(float r)  {      float volume = float(2 * pi * pow(r, 3)) / float(3);      cout << "Volume = " << volume << endl;  }  // Function to calculate surface area  void surface_area(float r)  {      float s_area = 2 * pi * pow(r, 2);      cout << "Surface Area = " << s_area << endl;  }     // Driver program  int main()  {      float r = 11;      volume(r);      surface_area(r);      return 0;  }

## Java

 // Java Program to calculate volume and  // and surface area of a Hemisphere.  import java.util.*;  import java.lang.*;     public class GfG{             // Initializing value of pi      private static final float pi = (float) 3.141592653589793;         // Function to calculate volume      public static void volume(float r)      {          float volume = (float)(2 * pi *(float) Math.pow(r, 3))                                                       / (float)(3);          System.out.println("Volume = " + volume);      }      // Function to calculate surface area      public static void surface_area(float r)      {          float s_area = (float)2 * pi * (float)Math.pow(r, 2);          System.out.println("Surface Area = " + s_area);      }             // Driver function      public static void main(String argc[]){          float r = 11;          volume(r);          surface_area(r);      }         }  /* This code is contributed by Sagar Shukla */

## Python

 # Python code Program to calculate volume and  # and surface area of a Hemisphere.  import math     # Function to calculate volume  def volume(r):      volume = 2 * math.pi * math.pow(r, 3) / 3     print("Volume = ", '%.4f' %volume)     # Function to calculate surface area  def surface_area(r):      s_area = 2 * math.pi * math.pow(r, 2)      print("Surface Area = ", '%.4f' %s_area)         # Driver code  r = 11 volume(r)  surface_area(r)

## C#

 // C# Program to calculate volume and  // and surface area of a Hemisphere.  using System;     public class GfG{             // Initializing value of pi      private static float pi = (float) 3.141592653589793;         // Function to calculate volume      public static void volume(float r)      {          float volume = (float)(2 * pi *(float) Math.Pow(r, 3))                                                   / (float)(3);          Console.WriteLine("Volume = " + volume);      }             // Function to calculate surface area      public static void surface_area(float r)      {          float s_area = (float)2 * pi * (float)Math.Pow(r, 2);          Console.WriteLine("Surface Area = " + s_area);      }             // Driver function      public static void Main()      {          float r = 11;          volume(r);          surface_area(r);      }         }     /* This code is contributed by vt_m */

## PHP

 

Output :

Volume = 2787.64
Surface Area = 760.265


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