I have to complete this problem or I'm pretty much screwed in calc. I just have no idea to even go about it...can anyone help?? (a) Find the ratio of the volumes of the sphere and the oblate ellipsoid shown below. (b) If a planet were spherical and had the same volume as Saturn, what would its radius be? () The sphere shown says: Computer model of "spherical Saturn," its equatorial radius = its polar radius. The equation of the cross section passing thru the pole is x^2 + y^2= 60,268^2 The ellipsoid shown says: Computer model of "oblate saturn" whose equatorial radius is greater than its polar radius. The equation of the cross section passing thru the pole is x^2/(60,268^2) + y^2/(54,364^2) =1 ANY ideas!?!?!?!???