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# What is the surface volume of a hypersphere in terms of its radius?

Question #60390. Asked by ogicu8abruok. (Nov 06 05 12:44 PM)

my_baby_love

I am not a mathematician and I have enough sense not to pretend that I am. This site seems to answer your question ogicu but I certainly didn't understand it.

http://www.mathreference.com/ca-int,hsp.html

 Nov 06 05, 4:22 PM
ogicu8abruok

Well yeah, but I was quizzing.

 Nov 06 05, 9:13 PM
gmackematix

Explain what your question means by "surface volume".

 Nov 06 05, 9:19 PM
ogicu8abruok

I don't know how to explain it any further, except by saying a hypersphere is a 4-dimensional sphere.

 Nov 08 05, 8:22 AM
ogicu8abruok

Okay, fine, it's (r^2(pi)^4)/2

 Nov 18 05, 7:31 PM
ogicu8abruok

Whoops, first of all, I meant r^4 and pi^2, and second of all, that was the hypervolume.

 Nov 18 05, 7:33 PM

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