Question:
I can find the "hyper volume" of a 4-Dimensional hyper sphere, but
do you know any formulas for any higher dimensional hyper spheres? ( I would
prefer for 5-Dimensions, but it does not matter.)

Replies:
The definition of an "n-sphere" gets abstract as "n" increases. For those wanting
to dig into this definition I suggest starting with the website:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sphere

Like most "generalized math" you pay the price of "intuitive" for keeping things
"general".

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