import java.util.Scanner; // Add the import statement for a Scanner

/* This program calculates the volume of a sphere. The user inputs

the radius of the sphere, and the program tells the user the volume.

Bertrise Malone 09/30/22

Here is a sample run:

Enter the radius of the sphere (from the center to the surface): 10

The radius of a sphere with radius 10.00 is 4188.79

*/

public class Lab8 {

public static final Scanner console = new Scanner(System.in); // Declare and instantiate console as a Scanner for keyboard input.

public static void main(String[] args) {

int radius = ” “;

double volume = ” “;// Declare and initialize variables for the radius and the volume.

System.out.print(“Enter the radius of the sphere (from the center to the surface): “);// Prompt the user for the radius of the sphere, as

// “Enter the radius of the sphere (from the center to the surface): ”

radius = console.next(); // Input the radius

// Calculate the volume of the sphere, using the formula (4/3) * PI * radius cubed,

// and assign it to the volume variable.

// Use PI from the Math package and use pow(n,e) from the Math package for the

// cube of the radius.

// Make sure that 4/3 is NOT calculated with integer division

// Output “The radius of a sphere with radius ____ is ____.”, filling in the blanks with

// the radius and the volume, both rounded to the nearest hundredth.

// You may either multiply by 100, use the round method of the Math class to round it off,

// then divide by 100 (avoiding integer division),

// OR you may use the System.out.printf method or you may use the String.format method.

}

}