The image above is a sphere and 18 m is the diameter of the sphere. In the computing of the centroid or centre of gravity of a sphere there is only one essential parameter which is the **diameter** of the sphere.

The formula for calculating the centroid or centre of gravity of a sphere is:

C.G. = ^{d} / _{2}

Where:

d is the diameter of the sphere

As always, let’s take an example:

Let’s solve an example

Find the centroid or centre of gravity of a sphere where the diameter is 18 m.

C.G. = ^{18} / _{2}

C.G. = 9

Therefore, the **centroid or centre of gravity of the sphere** is 9.

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