Area and Volume of
This Demonstration lets you calculate or see the general formulas of the surface area and volume of an
2D 'spheres' are circles and have circumference and area; spheres of dimensions greater than 3 have content for the hypersurface and hypervolume. The skin of a 4D sphere has volume.
Area and Volume of
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Published: September 28, 2007
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