Given that the radius of a hemisphere is increased by a fixed percentage so, the target is to calculate the percentage increase in the volume of the hemisphere.
Let, the radius of the hemisphere =
Given percentage increase =
Volume before increase =
New radius after increase =
So, new volume =
Change in volume =
Percentage increase in volume =
Below is the Python code implementation of the above mentioned approach.
percentage increase in the volume of the hemisphere is 33.1 %
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