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[Request] I have a simple rule for finding the size of a sphere containing a sphere. I just need a formula for it.

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Circumference of X is 2πx, so radius of Z is z = πx.
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If a circle or sphere has **diameter x**, then its circumference is **πx**. So basically, you just multiply by π each time you calculate a new sphere

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