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How do your convert this to a Java formula?

r = 3.V  1/3                                a = (36.rr.V2)1/3
       4 rr      

It states rr is Maht.PI and using Math.pow(x,y) method.

Any help would greatly be appreciated.
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V and V2 are int variables? in the first  double r = ((3*V) * (1/3)) / (Math.PI * 4) I guess is a multiplication and then a divison right?
the second: double a = Math.pow((36 * Math.PI) * V2, 1/3);
in the second i suppose u want to raise to the power 1/3 the multiplication of 36rr and V2
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Thank you!
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