Ask your students to find how many Earths could fit in the Sun. They will need to be familiar with the formula for the volume of a sphere.

*Volume of a sphere*: (4/3)x(3.14)x(r^3)

The diameter of the Sun is 865,000 miles. The Earth's diameter is 7,926 miles.

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