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So I found the volume of the jar which is [tex]\pi6^{2}(24) = \approx 2,714.33605[/tex] and the volume of the balls which is [tex]\frac{4}{3}\pi1^{3} = \approx 4.1887902[/tex]

And then I divided how many of the balls can go into the jar by dividing:

[tex]2714.33605 \div 4.1887902 = 648 balls[/tex]

Does that number take into account the spaces between the balls when put into the jar? Like the small gaps when spheres are placed next to each other.