# How do you find the surface area of the sphere in terms #pi# given #S=4pir^2# and r= 1.2 ft?

Plug in 1.2 for r.

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To find the surface area of a sphere in terms of π given the formula ( S = 4πr^2 ) and a radius ( r = 1.2 ) ft, you simply substitute the value of the radius into the formula and simplify.

Substitute ( r = 1.2 ) into the formula:

( S = 4π(1.2)^2 )

( S = 4π(1.44) )

( S = 5.76π )

Therefore, the surface area of the sphere is ( 5.76π ) square feet.

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