So here is something a little different than the last couple formulas I needed, this one has to calculate for the volume taken up by a partially filled sphere.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The actual volume I need is at a depth of 1/2r but it would be better (and more fun) to build a formula that can be used for any given depth up to value r.

Any Thoughts?

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# How to calculate for the volume taken up by a partially filled sphere?

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