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Area and Volume of
n
-Dimensional Spheres
This Demonstration lets you calculate or see the general formulas of the surface area and volume of an
-dimensional sphere.
Contributed by:
Jon Kongsvold
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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.
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Ball
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MathWorld
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Circle
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Wolfram
MathWorld
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Content
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Wolfram
MathWorld
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Hypersphere
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Wolfram
MathWorld
)
Hypersurface
(
Wolfram
MathWorld
)
Measure Theory
(
Wolfram
MathWorld
)
Sphere
(
Wolfram
MathWorld
)
Surface Area
(
Wolfram
MathWorld
)
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Jon Kongsvold
"
Area and Volume of
n
-Dimensional Spheres
"
http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/AreaAndVolumeOfNDimensionalSpheres/
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Published: September 28, 2007
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