#### Answer

S=16$\pi$
V=$\frac{32}{3}$$\pi$

#### Work Step by Step

S=4$\pi$(2$^2$)
S=16$\pi$
V=$\frac{4}{3}$$\pi$(2$^3$)
V=$\frac{32}{3}$$\pi$

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S=16$\pi$
V=$\frac{32}{3}$$\pi$

S=4$\pi$(2$^2$)
S=16$\pi$
V=$\frac{4}{3}$$\pi$(2$^3$)
V=$\frac{32}{3}$$\pi$

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