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Volume of a Sphere

Integral calculus makes it easy

To find the volume of a unit sphere, approximate the sphere with numerous discs, each of thickness dR (Figure 1). We’ll do this with the northern hemisphere only. Then we can double our result.




Maths is like finger-painting. Messy and beautiful.

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